In My Grandmother's Hands, Resmaa Menakem touches on centuries of white body inflicted trauma on white bodies in Europe before colonization of the Americas. He talks about white inflicted trauma on black bodies during slavery and to the present day.
He talks about intergenerational trauma and about intergenerational resilience.
This book is a MUST READ if you want to understand how we are at this critical juncture from a human perspective.
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