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The Education of a WASP Epub The Education Of A WASP By Lois Mark Stalvey Paletterie2000.eu Brimming With Honestly And Passion, The Education Of A WASP Chronicles One White Woman S Discovery Of Racism In 1960s America First Published In 1970 And Highly Acclaimed By Reviewers, Lois Stalvey S Account Is As Timely Now As It Was Then Nearly Twenty Years Later, With Ugly Racial Incidents Occurring On College Campuses, In Neighborhoods, And In Workplaces Everywhere, Her Account Of Personal Encounters With Racism Remains Deeply Disturbing Educators And General Readers Interested In The Subtleties Of Racism Will Find The Story Poignant, Revealing, And Profoundly Moving Delightful And Horrible, A Singular Book Choice An Extraordinarily Honest And Revealing Book That Poses The Issue Loyalty To One S Ethnic Group Or Loyalty To Conscience Publishers Weekly


10 thoughts on “The Education of a WASP

  1. says:

    This was another book I had to read for my multicultural education course through Doane This book is written by a white women, Louis Stalvey, during the 1960 s era The book consists of a collection of experiences with racism from Louis point of view This book helps you evaluate your own prejudices and takes you on a little bit of a self discovery journey Louis was extremely courageous and stood up for her own beliefs during a time of much hate for black people She went through di...


  2. says:

    Had to read this for class, turned out just loving it Written by a white woman in the 60 s 70 s, who realizes she has isolated herself from all the racism in the country, so she sets about educating herself and her family on the status of race in the U...


  3. says:

    This book is truly an eye opener and should be read by any individual curious enough to learn about the nuances of race, especially in the 60s Now, with racial tensions developing across the American nation thanks to certain political candidates, this book becomespotent than ever before Almost 60 years has passed and yet, very little has changed in what we are told to consider a modern civilization.Lois was raising her WASP family in the early 60s when she received an eye opening experie This book is truly an eye opener and should be read by any individual curious enough to learn about the nuances of race, especially in the 60s Now, with racial tensions developing across the American nation thanks to certain political candidates, this book becomespo...


  4. says:

    I have had SO many questions Many of them rolling around in me so deep I could not verbalize them Some of them made me afraid to verbalize I was incredibly grateful and feel indebted to this author s biography in the end, she has become both student and teacher, and in the telling of her own story, answered many of my questions In a time where many I know are indignant at rioting and still say things like get a job oh so ignorantly, this curious white woman s simple story answers so man I have had SO many questions Many of them rolling around in me so deep I could not verbalize them Some of them made me afraid to verbalize I was incredibly grateful and feel indebted to this author s biography in the end, she has become both student and teacher, and in the telling of her own story, answered many of my questions In a time where many I know are indignant at rioting and still say things like get a job oh so ignorantly, this curious white ...


  5. says:

    Enlightening Stalvey, a WASP, gives us a front row seat into the first and second hand education she received during the 50s and 60s on racial injustice, as she and her husband boldly and willingly thrust them...


  6. says:

    I don t say this lightly, but I found this book to be life changing Stalvey gives incredible insight that helps you see stereotypes in an entirely different light and aids you in understanding better how and why minorities often can t catch a...


  7. says:

    Eyeopening autobiography of a white women in the 60 s who has become close friends with many African American families This is her story on their stuggle in society through her eyes, with a focus on housing and social segregation in our country provid...


  8. says:

    One of the best books that I have ever read I think that this book should be required reading for everyone.


  9. says:

    I reread this this summer and it still taught me so much Maybe I wasn t ready to learn some things earlier Maybe I should read again Such an honest book.


  10. says:

    One of the most insightful books that I have ever read this book gets into areas that may make some people uncomfortable about how they perceive things.


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