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How to Use this Workbook For Enhance Application Please Note: This is an unofficial and independent Workbook for White Fragility and is meant to be read as a supplement, not a replacement. You can find the original book by Searching on any platform. Complete beginners can Start using this Workbook for WHITE FRAGILTY: Why it's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism by How to Use this Workbook For Enhance Application Please Note: This is an unofficial and independent Workbook for White Fragility and is meant to be read as a supplement, not a replacement. You can find the original book by Searching on any platform. Complete beginners can Start using this Workbook for WHITE FRAGILTY: Why it's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism by ROBIN DIANGELO to get immediate help from the major lessons and Summary of the book.The goal of this Workbook is to help even the newest readers to begin applying major lessons from WHITE FRAGILTY: Why it's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism by ROBIN DIANGELO. Results have shown us that learning is retained better through repeated real-life applications. By using this Workbook, readers will find summary, Action plans, Goals and Lessons which we believed Played a Major Part in defining the crucial messages of the author in the book. There are Spaces to jot down your answers to lesson at the end of each Section. Take out a pencil, pen, or whatever digital technology you would put to use to jot down, implement, and make happen. And don't forget to have fun - While at it. White Fragility Workbook help explores the counterproductive reactions white people have when their assumptions about race are challenged, and how these reactions maintain racial inequality. Scroll Up Now and Click The Buy Button To Get Started


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How to Use this Workbook For Enhance Application Please Note: This is an unofficial and independent Workbook for White Fragility and is meant to be read as a supplement, not a replacement. You can find the original book by Searching on any platform. Complete beginners can Start using this Workbook for WHITE FRAGILTY: Why it's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism by How to Use this Workbook For Enhance Application Please Note: This is an unofficial and independent Workbook for White Fragility and is meant to be read as a supplement, not a replacement. You can find the original book by Searching on any platform. Complete beginners can Start using this Workbook for WHITE FRAGILTY: Why it's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism by ROBIN DIANGELO to get immediate help from the major lessons and Summary of the book.The goal of this Workbook is to help even the newest readers to begin applying major lessons from WHITE FRAGILTY: Why it's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism by ROBIN DIANGELO. Results have shown us that learning is retained better through repeated real-life applications. By using this Workbook, readers will find summary, Action plans, Goals and Lessons which we believed Played a Major Part in defining the crucial messages of the author in the book. There are Spaces to jot down your answers to lesson at the end of each Section. Take out a pencil, pen, or whatever digital technology you would put to use to jot down, implement, and make happen. And don't forget to have fun - While at it. White Fragility Workbook help explores the counterproductive reactions white people have when their assumptions about race are challenged, and how these reactions maintain racial inequality. Scroll Up Now and Click The Buy Button To Get Started

35 review for Workbook For White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ellie

    White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo was a profound experience for me--some of the information was familiar to me, but all put together was a striking wake-up call. Reading it was a challenging and startling experience. So I had high expectations of this workbook. And it was interesting. There were some nice summaries. But the editing and writing is sloppy--some of the sentences don't even make sense and there are many omissions and poor writin White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo was a profound experience for me--some of the information was familiar to me, but all put together was a striking wake-up call. Reading it was a challenging and startling experience. So I had high expectations of this workbook. And it was interesting. There were some nice summaries. But the editing and writing is sloppy--some of the sentences don't even make sense and there are many omissions and poor writing. Also the questions are sometimes vague--I didn't always understand exactly what I was being asked to confront. And often the questions didn't really push me to dig deep. My experience may have been effected by the other book I am using right now: Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor which is a much more powerful, well-written, and hard-hitting work. Maybe this was a good warm-up for Me and White Supremacy. Not a waste of time but it doesn't live up to the power of the original work.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ronit Sanders

    This is an ongoing project to check out my own racial bias by tracking my behavior. I have not received the "White Fragility" book yet and it's on backorder since it's out of stock everywhere during this challenging time in our country as the George Floyd protests continue. I ordered one on ebay but it never came so I reordered it from Barnes and Noble. It's way past time to for us 'know it all' liberals to check out our cultural bias ~ it's there. Listen. Learn. Change. ACT!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Coralie

    Do not buy this workbook. It is not by the author, nor sanctioned by her, nor at all reflective of the quality of her work. It does a horrible disservice to anti-racism education. It is extremely poorly written, much of it actually doesn't make sense, has mixed up tenses, spelling errors, inappropriate phrases, random page gaps. I intend to chuck it in our open fire as kindling. Please don't fund this potentially plagiarist - or simply opportunistic - self published hack job. Abominable.

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    Peggy Ostrom

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