Bristol Girl Book Group Reads: Me & White Supremacy (Magazine Article)

The City Girl Magazine aims to connect, inspire and empower women living in cities across the UK and abroad. I write about books for the magazine (what else!?!) and thought I would share this post on my blog too.

Me and White Supremacy by Layla F Saad Book Cover Image

Racism isn’t just about overtly bigoted white nationalist groups – it’s everyone’s problem. I’ve written an article about my book group’s experience of reading Me & White Supremacy. This non-fiction book by Layla F. Saad acts as a powerful call for white people to interrogate our relationship with racism and uncover the depths of our silent complicity.




7 thoughts on “Bristol Girl Book Group Reads: Me & White Supremacy (Magazine Article)”

    1. Thank you so much Stephen, that means a lot! 🥰 It’s certainly one of the most eye opening non fiction books I’ve ever read. Hope you have a lovely weekend too ❤️ X

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    1. You’re very welcome Jess! Thank you for the kind comment. Let me know if you do read it and want to talk about it, it’s one of those books that works better with a reading buddy 🥰 X x x

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  1. Thanks for sharing this article, Florence, it was brilliant and thought provoking. I’ll certainly be adding Me and White Supremicy to my reading list, and it sounds as though it would definitely work well as a group read. xx

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words Alyson! 🥰 I really hope you find Me & White Supremacy as eye opening as I did. It certainly suits a book club or buddy read setting as you’ll want to talk about it as soon as you start reading it! X x x


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