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  1. David Almog says:

    I can’t wait for your book to become available. Your insights are so helpful for teaching in my community, whether formally, informally, or just sharing interpersonally.

    I want to ask questions, but, I won’t. To put identity into it, I am a white, American Jewish male sometimes Rabbi (sometimes atheist). I know that I have made mistakes, misunderstanding my own whiteness and judging persons of color as if they had my experiences. Hopefully, my children will live in a world where they can talk about race and learn about it together, without power and privilege undermining them.

    Thanks again.

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