Nia Wilson's murder, the immigration debate, inequality -- race is at the heart of today's most pressing issues. Yet conversations about it remain fraught with tension, if not avoided all together. Ijeoma Oluo's book, "So You Want to Talk About Race," is written as a guide for people wanting to have informed and productive discussions on the topic. We'll talk with Oluo about the power of language, the need for historical context when talking about race and she'll take your questions. What do you want to ask her?
Ijeoma Oluo on Talking About Race
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Ijeoma Oluo is the author of "So You Want to Talk About Race." (Photo: Courtesy of Ijeoma Oluo)
Ijeoma Oluo, author, "So You Want to Talk About Race"; editor-at-large, The Establishment
Sandhya Dirks, East Bay reporter, KQED