• Antiracist Generation

  • How to Cure the World from Racism and Discrimination in 2020
  • By: Malcom Maud
  • Narrated by: Tabatha
  • Length: 4 hrs and 31 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Are you tired of seeing racist gestures? Or are you someone who wants to better understand this huge problem and how to solve it? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, keep reading.

The outrage and protests over the senseless killing of George Floyd along with the brutality and unsensitivity often shown by the police against Black men have caused the general public to stop and consider racism as a serious issue in this country. It has been a problem for many, many years. Overcoming racism will not be easy, but it is a worthy goal.

In this audiobook, you will learn:

  • Why history is important in understanding racism
  • Why are institutions important in understanding racism
  • Becoming an anti-racism advocate
  • The impact of structural racism in employment and wages on minority women’s health
  • How to build an actively anti-racist company
  • How workplace training can help, and where it falls short
  • And much more!

Racism is a major reason for many people to be held back from success. If racism is eradicated, more Black people will have a better chance at success. If Black young men are not faced with racism at every turn, it will be easier for them to believe in themselves and to overcome difficulties facing them.

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©2020 Malcom Maud (P)2020 Malcom Maud
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Deconstructing racism

As someone trying to understand the history and dynamics of racism, the book provides meaningful correlation between history and and the inherent racist governance of a population.
It offers meaningful ways to begin conversation around the topic of racism, including a broader incorporation of diversity training within the workplace.
However, I decided to purchase a hard copy of the book because understanding the narration is extremely challenging. I am highly motivated to absorb the material and was committed to listening to the book to its end, but I can’t say it was actually enjoyable to listen to, it was work.
In the same vein, listening to English-as-a-second-language narration is the daily reality of a nation composed of immigrants. Therefore personal preference for one accent over another is irrelevant if the ultimate focus is on acceptance celebration of diversity.