Ibram X. Kendi about »How to Be an Antiracist«
The good news is that we can choose to act anti-racist at any moment. Because "racist" and "anti-racist" are not fixed identities and we can change our attitude at any time. In his "New York Times" number 1 bestseller, Ibram X. Kendi, historian, professor at Boston University, Schwarz, also claims to have been a racist himself in the past. In his book, which is as brilliant as it is stirring, he uses his own history to show that neutrality is not an option in the fight against racism: "In our ignorance, we are part of the problem until we become part of the solution and actively act anti-racist.