Chapter 15 extends Kendis discussion of Gender Racism, expanding into what he calls Queer Racism (193), where racist policies and attitudes intersect with homophobia and with discrimination against any LGBTQ+ individuals and groups. What incident does Kendi describe in this chapter to connect these ideas with his own personal experience? What happens with his best friend Weckea that leads him to further self-reflect about his own homophobia and his own patriarchal attitudes? Why is he so challenged by Yaba and Kaila in his program? What does Kendi say he learned about how sexism, homophobia, and racism do not have to be attached to any particular group? What point does he make, for example, about sexist women and racist Blacks? Conversely, what does he say it means to be fully antiracist for all people?
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