TIME

Ibram X. Kendi

The National Book Award winner on “the R word,” the end of capitalism and his new book, How to Be an Antiracist

Your new book combines theory and memoir. Why did you decide to weave in your own story? I did not want to use personal narrative; I’m a very private person. But I was trying to think of a way to convey the journey one has to embark on to be antiracist, and eventually I relented.

The journey included your own moments

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da TIME

TIME2 min lettiNutrition
Should You Give Your Children Juice?
Though juice was once a cornerstone of a balanced breakfast, its place at the table has been looking a bit precarious these days. Concerns over excess sugar and calories have led many parents to stop buying it—especially after a 2017 recommendation f
TIME6 min letti
As It Gets Harder To Gather The Family For Dinner, Parents Turn To Breakfast
BREAKFAST, IT IS OFT ALLEGED, IS THE most important meal of the day. Also a thing of champions. Plus a meal you really can have at Tiffany’s (as long as you book a month ahead and don’t mind paying $35 for avocado toast). And for many families, break
TIME2 min letti
India’s Register Of Citizens Leaves Nearly 2 Million People Off The List—and At Risk
WHEN INDIA’S NATIONAL REGISTER OF Citizens (NRC) was published on Aug. 31, after a six-year effort to catalog all legal residents of the state of Assam, some 1.9 million people—mostly Bengali speakers accused of being “infiltrators” from Bangladesh—w