The White Fragility Hustle


In part 1, Kyle Kulinski critiques the corporatization of anti-racist philosophy, which conveniently leaves the power structures (ie the true engines of inequality and exploitation) of these corporations unchallenged.

In part 2: journalist and author Matt Taibbi discusses the irony of critically acclaimed and best selling book Robin DiAngelo’s 'White Fragility' as a corporate version of fighting racism.


: I’m Black and Afraid of ‘White Fragility’

Matt Taibbi: On White Fragility

John McWhorter: The Dehumanizing Condescension of White Fragility | Linguist John McWhorter Says 'White Fragility' Is Condescending Toward Black People

Read Wretched of the Earth, not White Fragility

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