This book may be most helpful to people who think "I'm not racist" or who read about Black Lives Matter and #takeaknee and can't understand why they're necessary. by Ijeoma Oluo ‧ RELEASE DATE: Jan. 16, 2018 Straight talk to blacks and whites about the realities of racism. In her feisty debut book, Oluo, essayist, blogger, and editor at large at the Establishment magazine, writes from the perspective of a black, queer, middle-class, college-educated woman living in a “white supremacist country.” Oluo, a former Guardian journalist, has appeared on multiple "most influential people from Seattle" lists and is set to receive the American Humanist Association's 2018 Feminist Humanist Award. Ijeoma Oluo has some excellent advice for white folks in "So You Want to Talk About Race." She was named one of the most influential people in Seattle by Seattle Magazine. Read Movie and TV reviews from Ijeoma Oluo on Rotten Tomatoes, where critics reviews are aggregated to tally a Certified Fresh, Fresh or Rotten Tomatometer score. Ijeoma Oluo (1980–) is a feminist and anti-racist writer from Seattle, Washington. 41.1k Followers, 1,056 Following, 2,319 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Ijeoma Oluo (@ijeomaoluo) Ijeoma Oluo Ijeoma Oluo is a Seattle-based writer, speaker & internet yeller. She's the Editor-At-Large at The Establishment - a media platform run and funded by women. So …