Modern-day movements to end racism in the U.S. seem sadly doomed to fail. If a more sober analysis of U.S. history is not considered, our efforts will lead to continued fragmentation—or worse. The essays in this book reveal the successful strategies and methods of multigenerational coalitions used in recent campaigns to free Puerto Rican and Black Panther political prisoners, confront neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, and many more. Meyer’s reflections on the need for intensified solidarity, consciousness, and accountability among white folks provide a provocative and urgent challenge. These essays—some coauthored by Black Lives Matter and Ferguson Truth Telling leaders Natalie Jeffers and David Ragland, Puerto Rican professor Ana López, Muslim interfaith activist Sahar Alsahlani, and Afro-Asian cultural icon Fred Ho—offer up-to-the-minute insights.