Ajay Parasram

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Frequently Asked White Questions

Are you a white person with questions about how race affects different situations, but you feel awkward, shy, or afraid to ask the people of colour in your life? Are you a racialized person who … ; 128 View
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For FAWQ’s Sake

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In the introduction, authors Ajay Parasram and Alex Khasnabish  discuss the challenges with providing and conducting antiracist education and their previous experience creating the Safe … ; 10 $1.00 Add
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Can you be racist against white people?

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Chapter 1 asks the question, can you be racist against white people? Topics discussed include racism and "reverse racism," imperialism, colonialism, and capitalism, exploitation, and … ; 10 $1.00 Add
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How do we fix past wrongs without creating new ones?

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Chapter 2 asks the question, how do we fix past wrongs without creating new ones? Topics discussed include the Land Back movement and reparations, Canadian settler-colonial capitalism, and … ; 11 $1.10 Add
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How does racism relate to other forms of oppression?

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Chapter 3 asks the question, how does racism relate to other forms of oppression? Discussing topics including types of oppression, solidarity and social justice, identity politics and … ; 12 $1.20 Add
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How can I make antiracism part of my family life?

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Chapter 4 asks the question, how can I make antiracism part of my family life? Topics discussed include structural violence, relationships and kinships, family life, the difference between race … ; 13 $1.30 Add
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How can I talk about social justice without turning people off?

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Chapter 5 asks the question, how can I talk about social justice without turning people off? Topics discussed include specialized language, conspiracies, incels, and the far right, and the motif … ; 13 $1.30 Add
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What’s the difference between cultural appreciation and cultural appropriation?

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Chapter 6 asks the question, what is the difference between cultural appreciation and cultural appropriation? Discussing both cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation, consumerism, … ; 13 $1.30 Add
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Can members of an oppressed group be oppressors?

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Chapter 7 asks the question, can members of an oppressed group be oppressors? Discussing topics including forms of structural power, such as class, gender, sexuality, or religious position, … ; 14 $1.40 Add
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How can white people be involved in antiracist struggles without centring themselves?

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Chapter 8 asks the question, how can white people be involved in antiracist struggles without centering themselves? Discussing topics including the problematic positions of being the saviour or … ; 10 $1.00 Add
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How can I be an antiracist in my everyday life?

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Chapter 9 asks the question, how can I be an antiracist in my everyday life? Discussing topics including white fragility, breaking the inertia of racism, normalizing discomfort for others, … ; 12 $1.20 Add
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How can we build the world we deserve?

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Chapter 10 asks the question, how can we build the world we deserve? Discussing the everyday topics of voting, capitalism, the carceral system, defunding the police and refunding society, settler … ; 17 $1.70 Add
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The Race Card: Conclusion

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The conclusion reflects on countering the charge of “playing the race card” or the “gender card” or the “queer card” and so forth, reflecting on dismantling … ; 6 $0.60 Add
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Appendix A

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Appendix A: Top ten principles for thinking about racial politics as a white person ; 3 $0.30 Add