We Can All Get Along 50 Steps You Can Take to Help End

We Can All Get Along 50 Steps You Can Take to Help End Racism This groundbreaking book shows how working individually or with others you can truly help to end racism in the world Clyde W Ford who has spent his life fighting for racial euality and harmony now brings you 50 steps that put the power to change the way things are into your hands address unresolved issues in your own life initiate family discussions and parental guidance lead church and fellowship groups teach about cultural diversity put together civic and community projects change a workplace or neighborhood and deal with national and worldwide issues

4 thoughts on “We Can All Get Along 50 Steps You Can Take to Help End Racism

  1. Chris Bailey Chris Bailey says:

    I ordered this book uite awhile ago before the recent anti racial movement triggered by George Floyd’s racially motivated death at the hands of brutal police I ordered it because I loved his recent Think Black book So when anti racism started becoming the focus of social media I chose to read this book one step a day and post on Facebook with a summary of each step and include my personal perspective Yes it’s written in 1994 so it would have been nice to see an updated version published But the fact that it was published over 25 years ago and almost all of it was entirely relevant today certainly speaks to our need to once again focus on real change in anti racist actions and legislation So I reported for 50 days on Facebook every step of this book It was an awakening experience that I would have never accomplished just by reading it It elicited civil discussions and appreciation from my friends who followed along It’s a wonderful book Written not in anger but in the spirit of Rodney King asking for cooperation and unity outlining practical steps in uncovering and challenging racism and in the hope that we all can get along Thank you Clyde W Ford

  2. Shannon Wyss Shannon Wyss says:

    A great introduction to anti racist work If you are just starting to think about how you can work against racism i highly recommend Ford's bookI would love to see We Can All Get Along updated Both the statistics and the ways that the internet is talked about or not talked about make the work highly dated in some ways Not that i think that updated stats will show that racism has been eliminated; far from it But it would be great to have updated figures recent works cited and an integration of the internet and social media into anti racist activismStill even being dated this book is worth a read

  3. Doree Burt Doree Burt says:

    It seems like recently I've heard a lot of otherwise kind people saying I'm not racist but To me that just doesn't fly I saw this book in a high school psychology classroom and read it to reaffirm my personal zero tolerance policy

  4. Fishface Fishface says:

    This is a good one a slim volume desiogned to get your creative juices flowing towards the important goal of ending racism Highly recommended

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