History teaches us that there are some issues we absolutely cannot be neutral on. This book propels young people to take a proactive approach in the fight against racism. They'll dive into concepts like ethnicity, identity, and the history of racism, and how they're shaped by oppressive systems to this day. With 20 chapters in all, there are activities to kindle the self-reflection and growth necessary for a lifetime of anti-racist work. It's an essential read for anyone, from those who've found themselves at the receiving end of prejudice to those who are unsure how to intervene in racist conversations.