We Need To Talk by Celeste Headlee

I have to admit, We Need To Talk started off on the wrong foot with me. I had some issues with the way Headlee backed up her points, and I felt like I wasn't reading much new information. I also started to worry Headlee was advocating that "can't we put our differences aside and just try to get along" mindset that can actually be dangerous for marginalized folks. She wasn't, and I'm glad I pushed through the opening chapters, because my early frustrations were eventually cleared up. I ended up learning quite a bit and was left with a lot to think about. This book reminded me a lot of my late grandmother. She loved to debate. My family moved…


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