• White Awake

  • An Honest Look at What It Means to Be White
  • By: Daniel Hill
  • Narrated by: Joe Hempel
  • Length: 6 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 13-02-2018
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio

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Publisher's Summary

Daniel Hill will never forget the day he heard these words: "Daniel, you may be white, but don't let that lull you into thinking you have no culture. White culture is very real. In fact, when white culture comes in contact with other cultures, it almost always wins. So it would be a really good idea for you to learn about your culture."

Confused and unsettled by this encounter, Hill began a journey of understanding his own white identity. Today he is an active participant in addressing and confronting racial and systemic injustices. And in this compelling and timely book, he shows you the seven stages to expect on your own path to cultural awakening. It's crucial to understand both personal and social realities in the areas of race, culture, and identity.

This book will give you a new perspective on being white and also empower you to be an agent of reconciliation in our increasingly diverse and divided world.

©2017 Daniel Hill (P)2018 Tantor

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  • dcshilts
  • 20-02-2018

Powerful Insights for White Christians

Daniel Hill has added a book that will provide significant impetus toward reducing the racial divide in America for any white person courageous enough to take his insights seriously. Thoughtful, compassionate, and compelling in its dissection of the problems that are delaying or stifling resolution of America’s racial divide.

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  • S. Avellino
  • 27-04-2018

Biblical intro to racial reconciliation

Hill doesn’t just speak from personal experience. He provides a firm scriptural foundation for a biblical response to “mourning with those who mourn” and “being united in Christ” for the purpose of fulfilling the two commands that are above all others, loving God with our whole heart, soul & might and loving others above ourselves.

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  • 25-02-2018

Description of book is a bit misleading

The author's experience is fully connected to their personal and professional relations to their church and faith, and within the first few chapters in, noted that the pace of the narrator, and perspectives of the author were not worth continuing to dive into. Returned.

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