The Clapback: Your Guide to Calling out Racist Stereotypes (Paperback)
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The Clapback: Your Guide to Calling out Racist Stereotypes (Paperback)

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Published: 23/01/2020
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Clapback: [Noun / Verb] Responding to a (often ignorant) notion with a withering comeback; with the aim of shutting. it. down.
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In order to have an honest and open conversation about race, we need to identify areas where things are not right.

The Clapback: Your Guide to Calling Out Racist Stereotypes examines the evolution of the negative stereotypes towards the black community and arms you with the tools to shut them down once and for all. Taking readers on a journey through history, and providing facts and detailed research, this is an eye-opening and refreshing look at race and language.

With a light-hearted, razor sharp wit and a refreshing honesty, The Clapback is the handbook the world needs - dishing out the hard truths and providing a road map for bringing some 'act right' into our everyday lives.

It's time to Clapback.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 9781529380811
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 220 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 24 mm

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“Perfect for BLM!”

Possibly one of the best reads I’ve read this year! Insightful, honest about racial stereotypes and much needed during this time of BLM and in politics. Everyone needs to read this and have this on their list!

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