Kate Schatz

activist, author of “Do The Work! An Antiracist Activity Book”

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“Do The Work! An Antiracist Activity Book” features comedy, crosswords, cutouts, and even a white supremacy word search. It’s written by CNN host W.

Beyond just protesting: Authors offer ‘Antiracist Activity Book’

“Do The Work! An Antiracist Activity Book” features comedy, crosswords, cutouts, and even a white supremacy word search. It’s written by CNN host W.

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