I read this to help prepare for my Seek Opportunities sermon last month. I used two quotes from the book in the sermon, but the ideas from this book were present from start to finish.
I can’t say I’ve read shelves and shelves of books on race, difference, and bias, but I’ve read some. This one is a stand out. It’s based on her scholarly work, but written at a popular level which results in a good mix of both thoughtfulness and accessibility. It stretches thinking but also offers ideas for a reasonable way forward.Latest Posts