The must have reference book by renowned anti-racist critic
Tupoka Ogette is a famous German anti-racism activist who uses her many platforms to explain to people what racism means, and how to fight it. In An Anti-Racist Alphabet, each letter of the alphabet corresponds to a term linked to racism, which Ogette defines and contextualises. She also asks questions – and the book includes blank pages where you can write down your thoughts.
This reference book by the bestselling author of exit RACISM – Rassismuskritisch denken lernen (‘exit RACISM: How to think like an anti-racist’) questions our thinking habits, exposes everyday racism, and explains some of the ways we can help eradicate it.
• Includes a foreword by Ogette, as well as her personal notes on each letter; a glossary; and blank pages for readers to fill in
• Ogette’s books have sold more than 80k copies in German