How To Deal With White People

How To Deal With White People

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by David Goldberg
     
 
At last! An honest, straightforward and unapologetic guide to help reduce culture shock between the races.

Using the methods and tips within, you can ease the confusion of interacting with white people, establishing a more direct approach, ensuring your own sense of peace. Learn How to Communicate With Whites. Identify which whites wear "The Mask".

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At last! An honest, straightforward and unapologetic guide to help reduce culture shock between the races.

Using the methods and tips within, you can ease the confusion of interacting with white people, establishing a more direct approach, ensuring your own sense of peace. Learn How to Communicate With Whites. Identify which whites wear "The Mask".
Inside, you'll find these points as well as:

- Why whites are more courageous in the workplace ("The office is white people's turf.")
- Why there still is little to no diversity in entertainment. ("Whites own all media. People of color own no outlets.")
- How to activate your very own personal White People B.S. Decoder (Whites say, "Let the past go". Decoded, "Let us do what we want and shut up".)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615328003
Publisher:
Walking Bulls Priniting Press
Publication date:
05/01/2010
Pages:
104
Sales rank:
957,961
Product dimensions:
0.25(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)

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How To Deal With White People 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought that I was getting a realistic view from a white person's perspective, but I found out in the words of a famous book: That the author was Black like me. There were some valid points brought out that may be hard for some to swallow, but people will find fault in the delivery. This book stems from years of white supremacy dominating the face of American culture. White people need to read this book so that they can see how many people of color feel about them. You'll have to read this book and decide for yourself.