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Workbook for So You Want to Talk About Race

How to use this workbook to achieve the greatest benefit

This workbook has been created with the purpose of empowering you with the practical how-to on dealing with racial inequality as well as helping you develop the strength and vision to make a proper stand against racism.

Passionate author Ijeoma Oluo not only shares her illuminating life story in the book So You Want to Talk About Race, she also details a comprehensive framework on how we can be handling the thorny issue of racism. The lessons shared by Ijeoma are curated from her own personal experiences as well as science based techniques drawn from behavioral studies, all designed to give you a healthy edge in the fight against racism.

Designed with the idea of imparting practical wisdom in mind, the questions and exercises found in the workbook will enable you to learn and discover more about yourself, point you in the right direction for fruitful development, and create ample space for you to grow. To reap the most benefits from Ijeoma’s book, do approach the questions with an open mind, and answer them as best as you can with complete self honesty.

In this workbook, you will get:

  • Chapter-by-chapter summaries for guidance and recollection of the main text
  • Questions which hone your insight and stretch your own boundaries
  • Milestone goals which you can set your sights on to achieve
  • Concise key point sum ups at the end of each chapter to capture crucial facts
  • And much more

For maximum benefit, please do prepare two or more copies of this workbook so that you may re-attempt the questions after a couple of months from your initial try. You will get to see your growth with the faithful application of the ideas and methods from the book.

Take that positive stand against racism, and be a light for racial equality! 

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Please note: This is an unofficial and independent workbook for the book So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo.

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