Black Short Stories : Seattle author begins a crucial discussion in ‘So You Want to Talk About Race’

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Seattle author begins a crucial discussion in ‘So You Want to Talk About Race’
Ijeoma Oluo’s new book, essentially a set of guidelines and tips for discussing race across identities, is timely and urgent


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Tyrone Beason
Pacific NW magazine writer

... Oluo, a gifted, Seattle-based writer and public speaker (her profile in The Stranger of Rachel Dolezal, “The Heart of Whiteness,” went viral last year), pulls the most exasperated among us back from the brink and reminds us of what’s to be gained from continuing the discussion.

https://www.seattletimes.com/entertainment/books/seattle-author-begins-a-crucial-discussion-in-so-you-want-to-talk-about-race/



 

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