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«The insistence is on merit, insinuating that any current majority white leadership in any industry has got there through hard work and no outside help, as if whiteness isn’t its own leg-up, as if it doesn’t imply a familiarity that warms an interviewer to a candidate. When each of the sectors I mentioned earlier have such dire racial representation, you’d have to be fooling yourself if you really think that the homogeneous glut of middle-aged white men currently clogging the upper echelons of most professions got there purely through talent alone. We don’t live in a meritocracy, and to pretend that simple hard work will elevate all to success is an exercise in wilful ignorance.» — Reni Eddo-Lodge, Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race @oursharedshelf ie

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Here’s a photo of the current read featuring my weird chicken hands. I’m totally more excited about reading this than I look btw. @oursharedshelf ie

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«The insistence is on merit, insinuating that any current majority white leadership in any industry has got there through hard work and no outside help, as if whiteness isn’t its own leg-up, as if it doesn’t imply a familiarity that warms an interviewer to a candidate. When each of the sectors I mentioned earlier have such dire racial representation, you’d have to be fooling yourself if you really think that the homogeneous glut of middle-aged white men currently clogging the upper echelons of most professions got there purely through talent alone. We don’t live in a meritocracy, and to pretend that simple hard work will elevate all to success is an exercise in wilful ignorance.» — Reni Eddo-Lodge, Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race @oursharedshelf ie

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@oursharedshelf has continued to educate me in so many ways and I can't be more thankful for it introducing me to such empowering books/authors. I'm particularly excited to start reading this book as I personally have realised so much about my own white privilege through my own research into feminism (my dissertation is regarding gender within advertising, which has also been educational for me) and how feminism is different in many ways depending on race, culture, and religion. I'm still learning, and I'll probably forever be learning, but it's so important for me and for others to use our platform for true equality, and to understand the hardships of others to not just benefit the already privileged but be inclusive of everyone. ie

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@yvonne.mg Two years in this book club, and I'm still surprised by what I learn with each pick. Never stop reading, never stop learning ✌ "She cuppeth the lightning in her hand. She commandeth it to strike." - Naomi Alderman, "The Power" ie

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Two years in this book club, and I'm still surprised by what I learn with each pick. Never stop reading, never stop learning ✌ "She cuppeth the lightning in her hand. She commandeth it to strike." - Naomi Alderman, "The Power" ie

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@donika.reads Almost two years of , which means almost two years of reading amazing and inspiring books.💕💕 What's sure is that I don't read books the same way anymore. I've become very aware of who wrote the book I read (male or female), of how women are described in said book and their purpuses for the plot (or if there is even any women...). Not featuring here is Persepolis, because it is so good, I had to lend it 👊 ie

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Almost two years of , which means almost two years of reading amazing and inspiring books.💕💕 What's sure is that I don't read books the same way anymore. I've become very aware of who wrote the book I read (male or female), of how women are described in said book and their purpuses for the plot (or if there is even any women...). Not featuring here is Persepolis, because it is so good, I had to lend it 👊 ie

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The Color Purple was the second book read by @OurSharedShelf in February 2016. A HUGE thank you to the generous member who sent me this copy! About the book: This is the story of two sisters: one a missionary in Africa and the other a child wife living in the South. These sisters sustain their loyalty to and trust in each other across time, distance, and silence. #oursharedshelfie

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@josuemsv «It follows that there are two ways for the nature and use of human power to change. One is that an order might issue from the palace, a command unto the people saying “It is thus.” But the other, the more certain, the more inevitable, is that those thousand thousand points of light should each send a new message. When the people change, the palace cannot hold.» «She had been here for the protests three years earlier; yes, she had held up her banner and shouted and signed her petitions. “It was like being part of a wave of water,” she says. “A wave of spray from the ocean feels powerful, but it is only there for a moment, the sun dries the puddles and the water is gone. Then you feel maybe it never happened. That is how it was with us. The only wave that changes anything is a tsunami. You have to tear down the houses and destroy the land if you want to be sure no one will forget you.» —Naomi Alderman, The Power. @oursharedshelf ie

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«It follows that there are two ways for the nature and use of human power to change. One is that an order might issue from the palace, a command unto the people saying “It is thus.” But the other, the more certain, the more inevitable, is that those thousand thousand points of light should each send a new message. When the people change, the palace cannot hold.» «She had been here for the protests three years earlier; yes, she had held up her banner and shouted and signed her petitions. “It was like being part of a wave of water,” she says. “A wave of spray from the ocean feels powerful, but it is only there for a moment, the sun dries the puddles and the water is gone. Then you feel maybe it never happened. That is how it was with us. The only wave that changes anything is a tsunami. You have to tear down the houses and destroy the land if you want to be sure no one will forget you.» —Naomi Alderman, The Power. @oursharedshelf ie