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"There is no neutrality in the racism struggle...One either allows racial inequities to persevere, as a racist, or confronts racial inequities, as an antiracist."
“Being poor, living in poverty, seemed a lot like probation - the crime being a lack of means to survive.”
You will receive a copy of How to Be an Antiracist in the mail by early August. Please be sure to read the first four chapters before you attend Fall Orientation in August (and be sure to bring the book with you, if you'll be moving into campus housing).
Once the fall semester begins, you'll receive a copy of Maid through your First-Year Seminar, in preparation for a conversation hosted by the author, Stephanie Land, early in the spring semester.