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Fieldnotes on Allyship

Fieldnotes on Allyship

Achieving Equality Together

ByClay RiversSherry Kappel

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In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd and the routine killing of Black Americans, unprecedented numbers of people are participating in peaceful marches and demonstrations across the United States. There are many more who want to get involved, for whom demonstrations are not an option. And they’re unsure what to do. "Fieldnotes on Allyship" is an informal and informative guide to becoming an effective ally right where you are. Written by eighteen authors from the U.S. and around the world, this collection of essays covers four areas: 1) a history of how we as a nation got here, 2) the forces that maintain systemic racism, 3) preparing to serve as an ally, and 4) serving as an ally. This anthology, with an introduction by anti-racism educator and author Tim Wise, presents a different way forward: a vision in which we acknowledge, support, and celebrate the humanity in all of us.


Publication Date
Nov 11, 2020
Social Science
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Edited by: Clay Rivers, Edited by: Sherry Kappel, Edited by: Stephen Matlock, Introduction by: Tim Wise, By (author): Michael Greiner, By (author): Lecia Michelle, By (author): Glenn Rocess, By (author): Marley K, By (author): William Spivey, By (author): John Metta, By (author): Charles White, By (author): Kim McCaul, By (author): Stephen Matlock, By (author): Consuelo G Flores, By (author): Sylvia Wohlfarth, By (author): Jesse Wilson, By (author): Christienne Hinz, By (author): Sherry Kappel, By (author): Clay Rivers, By (author): Aisha Paz, By (author): Joel Leon


Perfect Bound
Interior Color
Black & White
Digest (5.5 x 8.5 in / 140 x 216 mm)

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