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Dungeons 'n' Durags

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Funny Stories About White Privilege and Black Identity from a Black Nerd's Perspective

Author and Ebony Magazine podcaster Ron Dawson lends his wit and comical social commentary to tell the story of how one of the "whitest" and nerdiest of black men finally woke up, found his blackness, and lost all inhibitions at dropping the f-bomb.

A coming-of-age story of black identity. In the suburbs of Atlanta, Ron was a black nerd (aka "blerd") living very comfortably in his white world. He loved his white wife, worked well with his white workmates, and worshiped at a white church. On November 8, 2016, everything changed when Trump became POTUS. Ron began a journey of self-discovery that made him question everything —from faith to friendships.

Part social commentary and part fantastical narrative. This book goes where no blerd has gone before. In a psychedelic way, Ron is guided by a guardian "angel" in the guise of Samuel L. Jackson's character from Pulp Fiction. Sam is there to help Ron, well, be more black. Ron confronts his black "sins" and wrestles with black identity, systemic racism, and what it means to be "black" in America.

Uncomfortable conversations. Throughout this book, you'll learn lessons from a man who deconstructs his faith and confronts personal demons of racial identity. Gain new perspectives through these funny stories that will reshape your current views on black identity.

Inside, you'll find:

  • The funniest social commentary on white privilege and black identity
  • Political satire wrapped in funny stories of a man's journey to confront the systemic racism and Christian hypocrisy around him
  • Comical if not uncomfortable conversations about what it means to be black in America
  • If you liked You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable, Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man, or I'm Judging You, you'll love Dungeons 'n' Durags.


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    Publisher: Mango Media

    Kindle Book

    • Release date: November 18, 2022

    OverDrive Read

    • ISBN: 9781642508765
    • Release date: November 18, 2022

    EPUB ebook

    • ISBN: 9781642508765
    • File size: 2091 KB
    • Release date: November 18, 2022

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    Kindle Book
    OverDrive Read
    EPUB ebook

    Languages

    English

    Funny Stories About White Privilege and Black Identity from a Black Nerd's Perspective

    Author and Ebony Magazine podcaster Ron Dawson lends his wit and comical social commentary to tell the story of how one of the "whitest" and nerdiest of black men finally woke up, found his blackness, and lost all inhibitions at dropping the f-bomb.

    A coming-of-age story of black identity. In the suburbs of Atlanta, Ron was a black nerd (aka "blerd") living very comfortably in his white world. He loved his white wife, worked well with his white workmates, and worshiped at a white church. On November 8, 2016, everything changed when Trump became POTUS. Ron began a journey of self-discovery that made him question everything —from faith to friendships.

    Part social commentary and part fantastical narrative. This book goes where no blerd has gone before. In a psychedelic way, Ron is guided by a guardian "angel" in the guise of Samuel L. Jackson's character from Pulp Fiction. Sam is there to help Ron, well, be more black. Ron confronts his black "sins" and wrestles with black identity, systemic racism, and what it means to be "black" in America.

    Uncomfortable conversations. Throughout this book, you'll learn lessons from a man who deconstructs his faith and confronts personal demons of racial identity. Gain new perspectives through these funny stories that will reshape your current views on black identity.

    Inside, you'll find:

  • The funniest social commentary on white privilege and black identity
  • Political satire wrapped in funny stories of a man's journey to confront the systemic racism and Christian hypocrisy around him
  • Comical if not uncomfortable conversations about what it means to be black in America
  • If you liked You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable, Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man, or I'm Judging You, you'll love Dungeons 'n' Durags.


    Expand title description text