Reflecting on White Fragility – Personally

A few years ago, my sister told me about a book that she really thought I should read. It was called White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo. Its message was serving her well in her work and she thought I would also find it useful. I said I would look into it and then never got around to it.

And then George Floyd happened and I realized how important it really was to push this up on my TBR. I ordered the paperback from Amazon because this felt like it needed to be a multisensory read and not electronic. I’ve had an awful lot of review books lately, but would like to chip away at this. And I invite you to do the same.

My goal is to regularly reflect on what I am reading. I invite you to join in a productive conversation about it and to respect me through the process. I will be more personal here and then get into the education bit more over at Montessori Writer. I’ll keep updating this post as I go along. Thank you for coming along with me.

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