As a theologically conservative Asian-American, I must admit that reading White Fragility felt a little like listening to someone else’s family meeting.
There is no monolithic non-white perspective on the ideas described in White Fragility but it is important to acknowledge they exist.
However, it does not go far enough to teach whites how to reframe and recenter the conversation around the minority experience.
In White Fragility, DiAngelo is in a way showing evangelicals—whites and non-whites—how some white progressives are in need of the gospel.
White Fragility: Why It’s so Hard for White People to Talk about Racism.