This is a book I bought months ago, and had not yet read. I started reading it before George Floyd was murdered by a police officer, and I am now trying to finish it. Claiming to be "not racist" is not good enough. Everyone needs to be antiracist. Standing by while someone else is racist, pushing racist policies, or degrading someone according to their race, is being "not racist", when clearly a stand needs to be made as antiracist.
We must reconsider policies when police officers are murdering black citizens. We must reconsider policies that discriminate. We must reconsider ordinances that do not provide for equal treatment.
If you are looking for positive change, this is the book for you. The author provides an easy way to understand his ideas, and also details his own stories he now considers racist (and of course did not realize at the time). This is a must read.