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Daily Stories and Thoughts on the Corona and Racism Viruses
“This wise and witty book reminds us of the intimate connection between genuine humor and real solidarity in our struggles against evils like racism and for the good such as justice and joy! In this age of catastrophe, we all are needful of The Rona Diaries! - Dr. Cornel West, American philosopher, political activist, intellectual, professor at Harvard and Yale Universities and author of twenty books including this classic, Race Matters.
“There is a complex intersection of pain, promise and pragmatism in our world. The Rona Diaries gives us a funny, yet unifying lens into what it will take to advance equity in a way that highlights the power of collectiveness. Together, through our laughter and tears, we can change the world and The Rona Diaries just might be the roadmap to get us there.” - Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler, nationally recognized diversity and equity leader, Founder of The Equity Project, LLC, TEDx Speaker and Author of White People Really Love Salad
“Amid two Pandemics, Jeffrey's The Rona Diaries is a timely elixir of humor and authenticity that encourages us to find joy while we weather COVID-19 and courage in the face of racism. Taking full advantage of the stillness caused by COVID-19, The Rona Diaries' unapologetic veracity will make us all pause and reflect: Are we an obstacle, bystander, or actively in pursuit of equity in our daily lives.” - Dr. Ryan Ross, President & CEO, Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado, President of Stirred Up Enterprises and Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Equity, and Inclusion Colorado Community College System
Paperback: 162 pages
ISBN-13 : 978-1-953510-69-3
Product Dimensions : 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Publishing date: November 4, 2020
Jeffrey Kass is an award-winning author, lawyer and community activist residing in Denver, Colorado. As an authoritative voice for those committed to the betterment of our world, Jeffrey Kass is a relentless champion for racial and societal engagement. Jeffrey’s insights rattle ingrained thinking, provoke dialogue, and ignite fresh approaches for navigating today’s rapidly evolving times. Jeffrey is the author of the End Racial Distancing Journal, available on Medium.com, as well as the book Oreos and a Pack of Marlboro Lights, a collection of true traumedy stories. His stories and articles on race, religion, society, the Middle East and politics have appeared in national and regional publications for over twenty-five years. He can be reached on his website, jeffreykassglobal.com.