Ibram X. Kendi: Building an Anti-Racist Society
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Anti-racism scholar Ibram X. Kendi, the author of the best-seller “How to be an Antiracist,” joined Errol to discuss the importance of people uprooting racism from themselves and from society, in an effort to build a more equitable future. And he talked about his new book “Antiracist Baby,” a tool for parents to talk about racism with their children.

For more on Race & Policing in America, check out Errol's past conversations with: Jelani Cobb: Race, Policing and a History of Injustice in America & Nikole Hannah-Jones: Talking about Race in America

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