Summary: Robin DiAngelo's White Fragility
- 45 Minutes - Key Points Summary/Refresher
- Narrated by: Lauren Henry
- Length: 47 mins
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This is the Executive Reads summary of White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo.
In the current climate of racial tension and outcries for equality, why does talking about race seem so difficult? In Robin DiAngelo's best-selling book, White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, she takes on this difficult topic.
In less than one hour, this summary will help you recall the key ideas if you already listened to the book or quickly grasp the key ideas from White Fragility if you're considering listening to it.
- The origins of the concept of race
- How whiteness is seen as the norm in society
- Why good people can still hold racist ideas
- How to be less fragile
- Important concepts discussed in the book
- Discussion questions for use by book clubs and study groups
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