Black and White

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Black and White : disrupting racism one friendship at a time

Hadra, Teesha and John Hambrick, author.

Abingdon, 2019.

220.

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Most of us don’t need to make speeches. We need to make friends. This is the core message of Black and White: racism can be disrupted by relationships. If you will risk forging friendships with those who do not look like you, it will change the way you see the world, and that could change the world. The authors, Teesha Hadra, a young black woman, and John Hambrick, a sexagenarian white man, bring a confident and redemptive tone to this hope because that is exactly what they’ve experienced. Black and White leverages their story, surrounding it with other’s stories, practical advice, and exploration of the systems of racism to motivate you to consider your own role in change.

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ISBN:

978-1-50187918-0 (e-book)

ISBN:

9781501879173 (hardback w/ dust jacket : alk. paper)

LC Call No:

BT734.2

Dewey Class No:

270.089 23

Author:

Hadra, Teesha and John Hambrick, author.

Title:

Black and White : disrupting racism one friendship at a time.

VaryingTitle:

Black and white

Publisher:

Abingdon, 2019.

Physical:

220.

ContentType:

text rdacontent

MediaType:

computer rdamedia

CarrierType:

online resource rdacarrier

BibliogrphyNote:

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Summary:

Most of us don’t need to make speeches. We need to make friends. This is the core message of Black and White: racism can be disrupted by relationships. If you will risk forging friendships with those who do not look like you, it will change the way you see the world, and that could change the world. The authors, Teesha Hadra, a young black woman, and John Hambrick, a sexagenarian white man, bring a confident and redemptive tone to this hope because that is exactly what they’ve experienced. Black and White leverages their story, surrounding it with other’s stories, practical advice, and exploration of the systems of racism to motivate you to consider your own role in change.

Subject:

Race Relations

Subject:

Christian Life--Friendship

Subject:

Racism.

AE:PersName:

Hambrick, John, author.

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