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Courageous Discomfort Journal

Roger Bennett ; Michael Davies ; Miranda Davis ; Nate Kitch
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A journal with a year's worth of reflection and ways to empower yourself to become a better advocate, based on the book Courageous Discomfort, a handbook that asks and answers 20 common, uncomfortable-but-critical questions about racism.
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A journal with a year's worth of reflection and ways to empower yourself to become a better advocate, based on the book Courageous Discomfort, a handbook that asks and answers 20 common, uncomfortable-but-critical questions about racism.
In these lined pages, authors (and best friends) Shanterra McBride, who is Black, and Rosalind Wiseman, who is white, discuss their own friendship and tap into their decades of anti-racism work to provide a year's worth of journaling prompts and space to reflect on your journey. The authors provide personal stories and invitations to think more deeply on one engaging theme each week, and lists of action items to take your anti-racism work further.
Format: Journal: Specialty
Pages: 240
Size: 5 x 7 V
Publication Date: 09/26/2023
ISBN: 9781797215839

Shanterra McBride is a Texas-based author, preacher, speaker, and teacher. She is the founder of Marvelous University, a social enterprise that offers life coaching and success planning for young people, specializing in leadership development for girls and young women. Shanterra was awarded the Profiles in Leadership Award from SMU for having made a significant impact on the city of Dallas and on the quality of life of girls and women all over the country. She is the author of Love Your Jiggle: The Girl's Guide to Being Marvelous, an inspirational book for girls ages 11 to 17. Shanterra is also an active member of the country's oldest historically Black sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha.

Rosalind Wiseman is a Colorado-based speaker and bestselling author, perhaps best known for Queen Bees and Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and the New Realities of Girl World, the basis for the hit movie and Broadway musical Mean Girls . She has authored several other parenting books, including Masterminds & Wingmen: Helping Our Boys Cope with Schoolyard Power, Locker-room Tests, Girlfriends, and the New Rules of Boy World and The Distance Learning Playbook for Parents: How to Support Your Child's Academic, Emotional, and Social Learning in Any Setting, and the Owning Up Curriculum. Rosalind is a regular contributor to National Public Radio, the New York Times, the Today Show, and other national media.