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Each time the issue of racism is mentioned, tensions immediately run high, reason is thrown out the window, and emotional outbursts run rampant. Even though a lot of effort has been done to fight it, the devastating consequences continue to this day.


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Each time the issue of racism is mentioned, tensions immediately run high, reason is thrown out the window, and emotional outbursts run rampant. Even though a lot of effort has been done to fight it, the devastating consequences continue to this day.

7 review for Racism, Where Is Your Sting?: A provocative look at the beginning and the end of racism

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kristiane Weeks-Rogers

    The book Racism, Where Is Your Sting?: A provocative look at the beginning and the end of racism by Dr. Eric Tangumonkem is a wide-scoped exploration of racism based in a theological foundation. Before you feel unsure if you can handle the chastization on such a triggering topic, give this book a try. This book is accurately housed under an “inspirational” genre, lessons are emphasized in italics throughout the text and repeated motifs and mantras solidify the inspirational messages from chapter The book Racism, Where Is Your Sting?: A provocative look at the beginning and the end of racism by Dr. Eric Tangumonkem is a wide-scoped exploration of racism based in a theological foundation. Before you feel unsure if you can handle the chastization on such a triggering topic, give this book a try. This book is accurately housed under an “inspirational” genre, lessons are emphasized in italics throughout the text and repeated motifs and mantras solidify the inspirational messages from chapter one to chapter seven. While there is critique on many human actions, (and there will be moments where you may feel stung,) Dr. Tangumonkem always brings us back to a premise of light and hope for our future… Read my whole review (and definitely read this book!) here at Reedsy Discovery: https://reedsy.com/discovery/book/rac...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eric Tangumonkem

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The call in this book is for individual action because society is made up of individuals. When each person begins to change, other people will follow. As we bury racism, you will realize that some people will not do it because it is a personal choice. I want you to no longer be at the mercy of any social construct, and I want you to break free from any unfounded opinions about you. I want you to know who you are, affirm it, and walk in that realization. Trying to change the ignorant and hateful The call in this book is for individual action because society is made up of individuals. When each person begins to change, other people will follow. As we bury racism, you will realize that some people will not do it because it is a personal choice. I want you to no longer be at the mercy of any social construct, and I want you to break free from any unfounded opinions about you. I want you to know who you are, affirm it, and walk in that realization. Trying to change the ignorant and hateful person is not your job. While we hope those who believe that they are superior will change, you have to move on with just changing yourself because only you can change yourself. While you may fail to change others, your chances of changing yourself are much higher.

  3. 4 out of 5

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