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We'll All Be Free: How a Culture of White Supremacy Devalues Us and How We Can Reclaim Our True Worth

Binding: Paperback
List Price: $18.99
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ISBN: 9781540902894
Publisher: Baker Books
Language: English
Page Count: 235
Publication Date: 7/25/2023
Size: 8.53" l x 5.56" w x 0.67"
Series: N/A

Never doubt your worth again

You're not good enough. How many of us internalize this belief before we even reach adulthood? How many of us feel unworthy and unable to live up to what seem like impossible, completely arbitrary standards? Where do these toxic beliefs about ourselves come from? And who told us there is a way we are "supposed" to be, anyway?

With passion and compassion, educator and podcaster Caroline J. Sumlin reveals the force that keeps all of us, whether we are part of a marginalized group or not, from freely expressing who we are as image bearers of God: white supremacy culture. Sharing her own story, she helps us

  • see the wide-ranging effects of living in a culture of white supremacy
  • identify the damaging beliefs we internalize from our very earliest days
  • find clarity and freedom as we dismantle the oppressive structures that hem us in and force us to conform
If you have struggled with perfectionism, self-doubt, unworthiness, or the unrelenting pressure to pursue someone else's version of "success," you will find here the tools you need to silence the voices that seek to keep you down and to value yourself as never before.

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