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Because there’s something connecting us. Something stronger than fear…and way more bloody dangerous.


Frequently Asked White Questions
Alex Khasnabish

1001 Dark Nights Press
November 2022
On Sale: November 1, 2022
146 pages
ISBN: 1773635573
EAN: 9781773635576
Kindle: B0BC2D5L5H
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Non-Fiction Political

Are you a white person with questions about how race affects different situations, but you feel awkward, shy or afraid to ask the people of colour in your life? Are you a racialized person who is tired of answering the same questions over and over? This book is for you: a basic guide for people learning about racial privilege. In Frequently Asked White Questions, Drs. Alex Khasnabish and Ajay Parasram answer ten of the most common questions asked of them by people seeking to understand how race structures our every day. Drawing from their lived experiences as well as live sessions of their monthly YouTube series
Safe Space for White Questions
, the authors offer concise, accessible answers to questions such as, “Is it possible to be racist against white people?” or “Shouldn’t everyone be treated equally?” This book offers a thoughtful and respectful guide for anyone trying to figure out “woke” politics without jargon and judgement.

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