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I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness From A Powerful New Voice On Racial Justice, An Eye Opening Account Of Growing Up Black, Christian, And Female In Middle Class White America Austin Channing Brown S First Encounter With A Racialized America Came At Age , When She Discovered Her Parents Named Her Austin To Deceive Future Employers Into Thinking She Was A White Man Growing Up In Majority White Schools, Organizations, And Churches, Austin Writes, I Had To Learn What It Means To Love Blackness, A Journey That Led To A Lifetime Spent Navigating America S Racial Divide As A Writer, Speaker And Expert Who Helps Organizations Practice Genuine InclusionIn A Time When Nearly All Institutions Schools, Churches, Universities, Businesses Claim To Value Diversity In Their Mission Statements, I M Still Here Is A Powerful Account Of How And Why Our Actions So Often Fall Short Of Our Words Austin Writes In Breathtaking Detail About Her Journey To Self Worth And The Pitfalls That Kill Our Attempts At Racial Justice, In Stories That Bear Witness To The Complexity Of America S Social Fabric From Black Cleveland Neighborhoods To Private Schools In The Middle Class Suburbs, From Prison Walls To The Boardrooms At Majority White OrganizationsFor Readers Who Have Engaged With America S Legacy On Race Through The Writing Of Ta Nehisi Coates And Michael Eric Dyson, I M Still Here Is An Illuminating Look At How White, Middle Class, Evangelicalism Has Participated In An Era Of Rising Racial Hostility, Inviting The Reader To Confront Apathy, Recognize God S Ongoing Work In The World, And Discover How Blackness If We Let It Can Save Us All [PDF / Epub] ☉ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) Author Ellen A. 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About the Author: Austin Channing Brown

Austin Channing Brown is a media producer, author, and speaker providing inspired leadership on racial justice in America She is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of I m Still Here Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness and the Executive Producer of The Next Question A Web Series Imagining How Expansive Racial Justice Can Be Her workshops are incisive, fun, disarming, and transformative By using an intentional mix of humor, pop culture, story telling, and audience engagement, she awakens people to the current realities of systemic racism and the everyday actions which make it possible Whether she is being interviewed, lecturing, preaching or leading a workshop, Austin is sure to evoke thought, feeling and action as she celebrates Blackness and the possibility of justice in our organizations, teams and communities.



10 thoughts on “I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness

  1. says:

    In the same way that not everyone was ready and could handle, Between the World and Me, this is another that some will have a hard time with It was not meant to comfort white people It s written to share a black experience With that being said, if there is one book that could most accurately define my Christian black womanhood my thoughts, my pain, my fear


  2. says:

    Update on the second read through Turns out I gave that first copy away to my student, a senior black student, my advisee, who s so done for good reason with the institution where I work an institution like many of the institutions Brown works for I bought another copy to teach from this week in a Theology and Literature of the Black Body Finished this book today H


  3. says:

    Yeah, I m going to need my own copy of this book so I can re read it and mark it up So many good truths in here.Watch me discuss this book in my July wrap up Yeah, I m going to need my own copy of this book so I can re read it and mark it up So many good truths in here.Watch me discuss this book in my July wrap up


  4. says:

    The best time for me to read a memoir is after finishing a fantasy novel in this case The Wicked King because while fiction and non fiction do share similarities at least they should , plunging into something very different makes you evenaware of what you re reading currently.This is the kind of memoir I like reading I recently learned that the word memoir can apply to both an explo


  5. says:

    If you re at all familiar with Austin Channing Brown, you know she is a gifted communicator as both a writer and speaker I had high hopes for her first book and I was hooked from the first page I had intended to only read the first few chapters and before I knew it, I chucked my plans for the day and wrapped myself up in the pages of Austin s story.By the time I finished reading, I was eveni


  6. says:

    I read this book with the hope that Ms Brown would illuminate what actual justice or equality would look like It was largely a memoir and a good one I went school in the 70s and 80s so my experience was different but I was surprised to hear about hers as I had assumed things had changed somewhat since I had been in school She seemed put off by the fact that the predominantly white school she attended


  7. says:

    This book is my story about growing up in a Black girl s body. I am not a priest for the white soul. Our only chance at dismantling racial injustice is beingcurious about its origins than we are worried about our comfort. This is a powerful book Many of Brown s experiences being black in a white world have echoed my own However, they arevisceral because she lives with the double bind of being a black female


  8. says:

    Absolutely breathtaking Just a few pages into this book, I knew that I had to finish it in one day Austin Channing Brown does what many of us have been needing for so long she centers her Black womanhood in her memoir of racial justice, reconciliation, and Christianity By doing so, she demonstrates what womanist theologians have consistently claimed when you begin with the experiences and needs of Black women, you art


  9. says:

    This is a fantastic book and a must read for anyone who identifies with any of the following is white is a person of color is Christian does anti racist work wants to do anti racist work anyone and everyoneI identified with so many of her experiences It was just empowering to read stories that spoke directly to my own experiences and to have this book to point to as a reference point for white friends allies acquaintances look


  10. says:

    I m Still Here Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness is Austin Channing Brown s story of growing up in a predominately white world She talks about her childhood and church, her family, her experiences in college and the work world, and throughout all of this, embracing being Black Austin is spot on in her discussion of many workplaces I rolled my eyes multiple times in frustration on her behalf as she recounted comments and chal


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