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Black Batwoman v. White Jesus is a collection of essays that provide deep dives on issues related to race, ethnicity, and society. The collection challenges ingrained and deep unconscious biases we have about each other. In particular, Kass enlightens readers on how we've all been fed a steady diet of false, negative and often misleading images and ideas about Black people, Jews, Muslims, and others. Most importantly, the collection provides a clear path to a better world. Taking from the phrase "social distancing" we used during COVID, Kass coined the phrase "End Racial Distancing," which he believes is part of our path to unwinding and erasing our unhealthy biases.
"Jeffrey's unapologetic commitment to being comfortable with the discomfort of discussing racial and ethnic trauma in our country is refreshing and necessary."—Dr. Ryan Ross, educator, speaker, and community activist
Publishing date: January 16, 2023
Paperback: 450 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 0.99 x 9 inches
Jeffrey Kass is an award-winning author, speaker, lawyer, diversity trainer, and thought leader on race and society. He has been recognized as one of the top fifty writers worldwide on racism, diversity, education, and parenting. Jeffrey’s writings have won multiple awards, and he was nominated for the prestigious Pushcart Prize literary award. He is the author of the collection of short stories, Oreos and a Pack of Marlboro Lights (2019) and The Rona Diaries: One World Two Pandemics (2020). Dr. Cornel West called The Rona Diaries "wise and witty." Jeffrey serves on the executive board of the Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado, an organization providing important leadership skills to emerging young Black professionals, and as vice president of Denver Delta, Inc., an offshoot philanthropic board from the Black sorority Delta Theta Sigma. The organization assists Black and other underserved communities in the areas of health and education. He's also a board member of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Colorado, where he works on social justice issues and outreach to other communities. He is above all a proud father of three compassionate young adults.