This compelling book on anti-racism is essential reading for anyone who wants to do better.

Speaking directly to the reader, Frederick Joseph offers powerful reflections on his own experiences with racism. As a former "token Black kid", he now presents himself as the friend many readers need, touching on topics including cultural appropriation, "reverse racism" and white privilege.

Featuring interviews with figures such as writer Angie Thomas, content creator Toni Tone, and April Reign, founder of the #OscarsSoWhite movement, this book serves as conversation starter and tool kit, creating a timely and essential read for committed anti-racists and newcomers to the cause of racial justice alike. 

About the Author

Frederick Joseph is an award-winning marketing professional, media representation advocate and writer who was recently selected for the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. He created the #BlackPantherChallenge and #CaptainMarvelChallenge, philanthropic enterprises enabling disadvantaged young people to watch these groundbreaking films. He’s also the winner of the 2018 Bob Clampett Humanitarian Award, given by Comic-Con International: San Diego, and was selected for the 2018 Root 100 List of Most Influential African Americans. He lives in New York City.

The Black Friend: On Being a Better White Person

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