a black boy sits on a stool

Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy

by Emmanuel Acho Author

An adaptation of the New York Times Bestseller Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man, this book is designed to help the young adults in your life think critically about race and racism in America. With the patience of a saint, author Emmanuel Acho addresses all the questions that a young person might have about race, like why it's never okay for white folks to say the N-word, and why white privilege is not just for the rich. Bringing his own experiences attending a majority white prep school and playing on majority black football teams in the NFL to bear on this book, Acho insightfully and accessibly explains some of the more complicated aspects of racial relations in contemporary America. A must read for any young adult who hopes to assist in the dismantling of white supremacy and racism within their own communities.

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