Unfollow me : essays on complicity
- 305.8 B976 (CEN)
New York : Bloomsbury Publishing 2021.
xviii, 201 pages ; 22 cm
A cultural commentator presents this memoir-in-essays in which she provides a deeply personal, razor-sharp critique of white fragility, respectability politics, and all the places where fear masquerades as progress. Jill Louise Busby spent years speaking at academic institutions, businesses, and detention centres on the topics of Race, Power, and Privilege. In 2016, fed up with what passed as progressive in the Pacific Northwest, Busby uploaded a one-minute video about race, white institutions, and faux liberalism to Instagram. This is a memoir-in-essays about race, progress, and hypocrisy.
- Hi, liberal white people
- Still, until
- Dear white hippiecrites
- A consquence of us
- Dear you (my favorite cousin)
- Fly home
- Dear Black revolutionary internet intellectuals
- This is how it starts
- (Dear Dad)
- A friend of men
- Dear Black people
- Flowers for the Black artists
- Dear Jillisblack
- Let the little people through
- Do you ever think about why people unfollow you?
- Unfollow me.