White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo has become a "must read" for many in America. Its premise, that white people are inherently racist and any disdain for being baselessly smeared is even more evidence of their racism, is a harmful insult to lob at millions of good hearted Americans. Hanson takes on DiAngelo and delivers a timely, necessary retort.
Hanson lays out the argument against White Fragility, with deep dives into why the premise is intellectually bankrupt, and teachers the reader how to actively refute DiAngelo's bogus claims. White Fragility has been winning the information war, until now; Hanson delivers a winning battle plan to take it on.