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Why The Anti-Racist Cookbook Is Important
about race are key to solving America’s racial inequities and
building truly inclusive communities, workplaces and schools. The
Cookbook gives ordinary people ways to initiate such conversations. The
authors reveal insights from their lengthy experience as facilitators
of cross-race discussions.
Praise for The Anti-Racist Cookbook
do books offer practical advice on how we can all begin to challenge
racism in our personal and professional lives. But that is just what The
Antiracist Cookbook does, and amazingly well at that. Here are
steps that anyone can take--some fairly basic, others more advanced,
but all worthwhile--which, if implemented by more people in this country,
would begin to move our culture and its institutions away from the
inequity and unfairness which have too often been their hallmarks.
I recommend it for activists, educators, and anyone else interested
in answering the question "what can we do and how can we do it?"
“The Anti-Racist Cookbook is a must-read for managers and human resource professionals! It’s chock-full of tips, advice, thinking points and practical gems about diversity that are vital for business success.”
—William A. Borden, Sr. Vice President, Citigroup
“This book is an important addition to the vigil against racism and discrimination. Like a Rosetta Stone for cross-cultural understanding, The Anti-Racist Cookbook deciphers what is often mysterious or misunderstood about our interactions across race. It’s a must-read for educators, students and others concerned about improving race relations in the 21st century!”
—Joan Oby Dawson,
Ph.D., Project Director
“Robin Parker and Pamela Smith Chambers have demonstrated a rare talent for distilling the essence of good racial dialogue in America. But The Anti-Racist Cookbook is important not simply because it gives wonderful recipes for cross-racial conversations—it provides a way to heal the rift of race in our society.”
— The Very
Reverend Canon Petero A.N. Sabune,
Cookbook is clear, comprehensive, easy to use, and provides
tools in a way that empowers the reader to put the tools to use.
It will help people in their daily lives and encourage positive change
in our communities through constructive conversations about understanding
and working on racism. I thank the authors for what they have taught
me and for taking each reader another step forward.”