Uncovering White Privilege: A Primer is a collaborative book which seeks to help readers uncover white privilege and understand how to challenge it. Text by Rachel Laser; lawyer, advocate and strategist who has dedicated her career to making our country more inclusive. Design and production by Camden M. Richards; book artist and graphic designer. Illustrations by Kerry McAleer-Keeler; book artist, printmaker and Associate Professor for George Washington University.
Uncovering White Privilege is set in Cast Iron, Flood, Magallanes Condensed and Nexa Rust Slab + Sans typefaces. The text block is printed digitally by Coast Litho on Mohawk Strathmore Premium Wove paper and Apollo Transparency Film with hand set inclusions. The cover is die-cut and letterpress printed by Richards on Neenah Environment cover stock with a Vandercook 4 proofing press. The illustrations are printed from scans of original linocut carvings by McAleer-Keeler. Uncovering White Privilege is saddle stitched and bound with a custom pencil, perfect for making copious notes about how you will utilize your privilege to create change.
7.5x9.5 inches, 48 pp. Edition 50.
This book is held in the following collections:
Bainbridge Museum of Art
Corcoran School of the Arts & Design, George Washington University
Duke University, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
University of California, Berkeley Bancroft Library
University of California, Santa Barbara Library
Penn State, Special Collections/Rare Books & Manuscripts Library
Scripps College, Ella Strong Denison Library
The Jack Ginsberg Artists’ Books Collection