Ep. 116 White Fragility with The LadyGang-Part 2

It’s time for part two of The Stacks x The LadyGang conversation about White Fragility by Robin Diangelo. If you missed part one be sure to check it out over on The LadyGang’s feed (Apple|Spotify). Today Traci, Keltie, Becca and Jac talk about some harmful and common mistakes white people make, how to apologize, ways to teach your kids about race, and so much more. You can find everything we discussed on both part one and two in the show notes below!

The Stacks Book Club selection for June is Savage Appetites by Rachel Monroe, we will discuss the book with Emma Copley Eisenberg on June 24th.


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Everything we talk about on today’s episode can be found below in the show notes and on Bookshop.org and Amazon.

Part One

Part Two

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3 thoughts on “Ep. 116 White Fragility with The LadyGang-Part 2

  1. Thank you for doing this podcast! I only listened to the White fragility-podcasts so far, and they have made me think a lot and made me want to go and educate myself and follow your guidance. I love reading, and I think it’s genius this virtual book club, so I’ve subscribed and will definitely check it out onwards!

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