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Reseña Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race

Reseña Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race

"It wasn't until my second year of university that I started to think about black British history"

I read this book for the @words.between.worlds book club. English review below-below⬇️

Reseña Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race por Reni Eddo-Lodge

Este libro es importante, porque el tema es incomodo para muchas personas.Es más fácil no hablar de temas incómodos que escuchar y saber argumentar.

Ahora, no estoy totalmente de acuerdo con todo lo que dijo la autora, le encontré un pesimismo hacia el futuro el cual no comparto. Personalmente no creo que hayan diferentes razas, es más un invento social para encontrar más razones para categorizar. (💕 @humanae_project) Sí tenemos muchas diferencias, y diferentes pasados y culturas.

Por esa razón escuchar las diferentes perspectivas, y los sufrimientos y pesares de las personas es vital para entendernos. En este caso las vivencias de una mujer de piel oscura discriminada en Inglaterra.

🙋🏻🙋🏿🙋🏽🙋🏼(4.3/5 humanos) 

¿Han leído este libro o alguno parecido? ¿Han sido recipientes de alguna discriminación? ¿O alguna vez cambiaron algún prejuicio que tuvieron?

ENG:  This is an important book, why? Because the title alone will make a lot of people uncomfortable. It's easier to not talk about certain topics than it is to argument like civil people. We could close ourselves off from anyone that doesn't think the way we like. That has harm us as a collective.

I'm not in agreement with everything the author said. I found her somewhat pessimistic about the future. Personally,  I don't believe in different races. Race is a social construct made by people to find more ways to categorize each other. (💕 @humanae_project). We do have vast differences, different cultures and pasts. Differences we should learn from. 

That's why I think it is vital that we hear different perspectives, and sufferings and lifestyles of other people. In this case the point of view of a black british woman, that is being discriminated in her own country, like many people today are.  

🙋🏻🙋🏿🙋🏽🙋🏼(4.3/5 humans)

Have you read any similar book? Have you ever been discriminated? Or have you changed any misconceptions?

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