Love, Race, and Liberation; 'Til the White Day is Done
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‘Til the White Day is Done is a line from the 1926 poem Dream Variations by Langston Hughes. White people are the world’s minority, yet white supremacy and racism are the scaffolding on which the American political and socioeconomic systems are built. This book was conceived by educator-activists JLove Calderon and Marcella Runell Hall in an effort to put action steps behind anti-racist rhetoric, in a move toward being truly and unapologetically pro-liberation--for everyone.
You will find love letters written by some of the leading voices on contemporary issues of race and racism; over twenty lesson plans, ranging from the social construction of race, to the racialization of social media, to the prison industrial complex. This book is meant to catapult us to action, prompt dialogue, stimulate our minds and hearts, and provide educators with profound yet practical tools for creating social justice.