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In Occupying Privilege, today’s cultural icons–writers, activists, educators, and artists—offer unique and fresh perspectives on white supremacy, white privilege, and racial justice.

So, um, what the hell is white privilege anyway, and do I have it?

The short answer is if you’re white, yeah, you do. Good news is, there’s a lot we can do, together, to undo the power dynamics
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Paperback, 250 pages
Published May 21st 2012 by Love-N-Liberation Press
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As a white man committed to ending racism,this book was very helpful in revealing where I unknowingly benefit from racism- and how to participate effectively and aqthentically in the dismantling and evolution of same.

Well worth reading.
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Author, educator, and producer of film and television, JLove Calderón has worked passionately on social justice, race and gender issues for the last 16 years. In settings that range from hip-hop ciphers to the college classroom, JLove is widely respected for her advocacy of “truth, love, and freedom” as guiding principles to inspire dialogue and action toward liberation for all people and the plan ...more

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