Best Quotes From White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism

Start your day with these 10 bits of wisdom, from Robin DiAngelo’s book on race relations in America White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism.

  1. “If I believe that only bad people are racist, I will feel hurt, offended, and shamed when an unaware racist assumption of mine is pointed out. If I instead believe that having racist assumptions is inevitable (but possible to change), I will feel gratitude when an unaware racist assumption is pointed out; now…

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Therapist, former philosophy major, avid reader and optimist. I write about love, philosophy, self-improvement, and more.

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Amélie Clements

Amélie Clements

Therapist, former philosophy major, avid reader and optimist. I write about love, philosophy, self-improvement, and more.

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