While I liked this book as a book, I thought that reading it for a class was a little crazy. It has all these little three page chapters with a practical idea of how to consider or confront racism. This makes reading go really fast, but when you're reading 50 or these per week, it also made them un-special and forgettable except for the few which stick out. I would really recommend this book as a sort of weekly devotion- read one idea/chapter and think about it for a bit before going on to read another. That said, the chapters in the book were really good, thoughtful pieces written by teachers and notable academics in the area of multicultural and equity students, i.e. good sources, and are concise and well written.