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I'm writing a book about dogmatic social justice activism.

You can preorder it soon. And I'd love for you to read a preview and let me know what you think.

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    Since 2017, I've been writing and talking with countless people about what I've called "Social Justice Dogma." In January 2020, I wrote and published a new essay about SJD every day, amounting to about 375 pages of writing. This book will be the culmination of all of that:
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    A book about social justice, minus dogma. A map to help us chart a path away from oppression toward equity and liberation. A blueprint for living social justice.

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    In the end, the book β€” in some form or fasion β€” will be available for free. It'll also be uncopyrighted. Accessibility is a core value of social justice, and not something I'm willing to compromise.

    Expect the preorder to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $20 for a physical book, and via the major online retailers.

    Want to know more about the book? I'd love to tell you all about it. Below are some essays I've already written and published that are likely to be included, as well as more context about Social Justice Dogma in general.
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    Selected Essays

    ​I can’t stop thinking about the β€œSocial Justice Dogma,” or keeping quiet.​
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    Why I Finally Broke My Silence about the Social Justice Dogma​
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    ​3 Tenets of Social Justice Dogma that are Getting in Our Way​
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    The Cornerstones of Social Justice Dogma​
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    Calling a Ceasefire in the War on Intentions​
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    Trickle-down Social Justice​
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    The Enemy of Your Enemy​
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    Teaching Oppression​
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    What is "Social Justice Dogma"?

    The Social Justice Dogma is the set of beliefs, stances, and acceptable actions laid down by the authorities within the social justice movement that we hold as incontrovertibly true.

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