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Me and White Supremacy Reviews

Me and White Supremacy  by Layla Saad, Robin DiAngelo

Me and White Supremacy: How to Recognise Your Privilege, Combat Racism and Change the World

Layla Saad, Robin DiAngelo

4.60 out of 5

4 reviews

Imprint: Quercus Publishing
Publisher: Quercus Publishing
Publication date: 28 Jan 2020
ISBN: 9781529405101

A 28-day challenge to combat racism, change the world, and become a good ancestor

1 Prize for Me and White Supremacy

The British Book Awards
2021 Shortlist: Non-Fiction Narrative Book of the Year

The judges for this category will have a tough time choosing between these books: a natural historian, a former president and a Second World War veteran are just some of the authors on this list. Weaving a string between all of these books is the remarkable stories they tell and the important topics they tackle, from racism to climate change to hopefulness.


5 stars out of 5
Aleesha Badkar
17 Jun 2020

"understand how to challenge white supremacy"

A useful guide into how to recognise your own privilege and understand how to challenge white supremacy.

5 stars out of 5
Arielle Tchiprout
3 Jun 2020

"informative and practical, it’s essential reading"

Saad is a hugely prominent voice on Instagram, and her book is widely considered the go-to workbook to guide you through recognising your own privilege and combatting racism. Both informative and practical, it’s essential reading for anyone looking to become a truly anti-racist ally.

4 stars out of 5
Arielle Tchiprout
3 Jun 2020

"Saad breaks down white privilege, white fragility and white supremacy"

This book is split into a 28-day programme, encouraging the reader to take just a few minutes a day to read about and reflect on race issues. Saad breaks down white privilege, white fragility and white supremacy and explains how they can all manifest in daily life. 

4 stars out of 5
Lizz Schumer
3 Jun 2020

" this book can help"

Use this workbook to help dismantle your own biases, with personal anecdotes and examples, digestible explanations and definitions, and further reading to continue your journey. Wherever you are on your quest to combat racism, this book can help.