Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, & Identity

Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, & Identity

An eye-opening exploration of race in America In this deeply inspiring book, Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi recount their experiences talking to people from all walks of life about race and identity on a cross-country tour of America. Spurred by the realization that they had nearly completed high school without hearing any substantive discussion about racism in school, the...

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Title:Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, & Identity
Author:Winona Guo
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  • Kds
    Tell Me Who You Are is an exploration of who we can be if we close the heart mind gap and listen, learn, and love with our hearts, minds.and histories. After hearing that we form our thoughts about race by age 3, Guo and Vulchi started their journey into race, culture and identity in America and how...
  • Annah
    Priya and Winona take a year off before college to travel around the US, collect racial narratives from every state, tie them to sociological terms, stats, and trends, and assemble these into a timely, important, attractive "story"-book. The genius of this book is in its wide appeal. If any of the f...
  • Ruby
    "White people are so worried about being uncomfortable for one moment, while we're uncomfotable all the time. You really do get exhausted talking about this.""The oppressed shouldn't have to do it all. The oppressor needs to help out. White people need to talk to other White people about what is wha...
  • William Schram
    Tell Me Who You Are is an eye-opening experience by Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi. There is a background to this work, but it mainly has to do with the authors asking questions after a tragedy that happened. I don’t remember which one it was, but these two young women are from Princeton, New Jers...
  • Roxane
    In Tell Me Who You Are, Priya Vulchi and Winona Guo do exactly that--tell us who they are, how they have come to thinking so carefully, so deeply about race, and how they want to create change. From Alaska to Florida they visit all fifty of these United States to talk to people about their experienc...
  • Emily
    There are so many lives to live and no two are the same. This book is a thought provoking collection of snippets on race and intersectionality. I appreciated how most of the stories included pictures because I like to put a face with a story. I wish more people would read stories about people difger...
  • Sabra
    The authors’ interjections of facts failed to challenge the conflation and confusion of race and ethnicity; they perpetuated it. Listening to that was akin to nails on a chalkboard for me. African American is not a race or a very effective label for an ethnic group seeing as how diverse people ...
  • Nathan Albright
    This book was a terrible one. Yet it is the sort of terrible book that is instructive in discussing the authors’ views of race and identity. Such a book is worse than useless, harmful even, but even in a case like this one the skilled reader can find something of worth in this book, namely the ...

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