There's a few more days of Black History Month and while I believe we should be learning, reading and celebrating Black History all year long, I wanted to share my 3 favorite books about race, racism and how to be an antiracist.
So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo offers a clear and honest conversation about race. It's a great starting point for those waking up to racism and affirming for those of us who experience it daily.
How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi is essential for anyone who wants to go beyond the awareness of racism and begin taking action toward a just and equitable society.
White Ally: A Guide to Cultivating a Deeply Spiritual AntiRacism Practice, written by me, Sonia Roberts. This book will help you develop an antiracism practice through a spiritual lens. Using the 10 yogic principles as a framework, you learn how to take compassionate action and begin practicing antiracism.
Awareness is not enough, compassionate action is necessary to disrupt, dismantle and end racism.
And now it's time to move Black culture into the popular consciousness. Reimagining the past and envisioning what can be...
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