Beverly Daniel-Tatum’s initially edition of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race came to be a national bestseller as soon as it was initially publimelted in 1997. It takes us on a brave, self-reflective journey to unpack why we feel so uncomfortable talking around race. In 2017, the groundbreaking text was revised, putting the last 20 years right into conmessage and also highlighting how the principles extended in the original text still persist in post-Obama America.


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