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How We Ended Racism : Realizing a New Possibility in One Generation

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“It’s the year 2050 . . . and racism has ended.” Could this really be our future?

If so, what must happen now, in the early part of the 21st century, to cause this outcome?

In How We Ended Racism, Justin Michael Williams and Shelly Tygielski reveal a path to creating this possibility - not just talking about it, studying it, or making small steps, but actually ending racism in one generation. Williams and Tygielski have taught about and researched the conditions that allow for rapid, large-scale transformation.

With scientifically-backed practices, they show us how to shift our perspective and enact lasting change in our families, workplaces, communities, and beyond - including techniques for inner healing, talking across divides, shadow work, forgiveness, calling one another forward instead of calling out, and more. “Truly inclusive work must do more than be anti-racist,” say the authors. “We must learn to bridge any political or ideological divide - inviting liberals, conservatives, and everyone in between to stop fighting against each other, and instead come together to create a future worth fighting for.” Here is a book that dares to envision a world beyond diversity, equity, and inclusion while providing tools and action steps for a vision of humanity united - so that our descendants can look back at this era as the time when we decided to end racism once and for all.

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Sounds True Inc
1683648862 / 9781683648864
Paperback / softback
United States
304 pages
23 cm