Anti-Racist Ally: An Introduction to Action and Activism (Paperback)Sophie Williams (author)
Do you want to be an anti-racist ally?
This punchy, pocket-sized guide shows you how, whether you're using your voice for the first time, or are looking for ways to keep the momentum and make long lasting change.
Sophie Williams' no-holds-barred posts about racism and Black Lives Matter on @officialmillennialblack have taken the online world by storm. Sharp, simple and insightful, they get to the heart of anti-racist principles and show us all how to truly be better allies.
Now, in her iconic Instagram style, this pocket-sized primer unpacks complex topics into their most important concepts, and provides a crucial starting block for every anti-racist ally.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 180 g
Dimensions: 165 x 111 x 14 mm
'In a year that has made racial divisions painfully clear, Sophie Williams' concise and comprehensive book could not be better timed. Those who are newly aware of their place of privilege and looking to take action that goes beyond the black square, would do well to start by reading this.' Kenya Hunt, Fashion Director, Grazia magazine
'For the uninitiated, anti-racism allyship can feel fraught with risk. In this clear-eyed, concise guide to being an effective ally, Sophie Williams gives us space to make mistakes and teaches us to be better.' Kia Abdullah, Take It Back
'Gives you the information you need to begin, or continue, your understanding of what it means to be a true anti-racist ally' Pippa Vosper
'An incredible, insightful book' Michael Chakraverty Great British Bake Off, Season 10
'A punchy, pocket-sized guide which unpacks complex anti-racist topics into their most important concepts and shows us how to be a truly better ally' GLAMOUR
'If you feel less-than-informed, this book will get you up to speed with stats and facts.' COSMOPOLITAN
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“An important first step in the lifelong pursuit of being anti-racist.”
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Each page of this pocket-sized introduction is essentially it’s own chapter tackling a different aspect of anti-racism. Williams’ writing style is... More
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