Overview: The introduction that you read from Asou Inoue's Antiracist Writing Pedagogy lays out the basis for his text: that the way we design and assess writing classrooms have historically been rooted in the values of the white, middle-class--that what we consider "good" writing is not actually universally good, but very much situated in the white habitus of K-12 education.
But it is in the rest of the text that he deepens this argument and identifies the ways a classroom can impact BIPOC/ALANA students. The final chapter, offers a very specific lens and ways to mitigate the affects of systemic racism in the classroom. This is a dense text and to have everyone read all of it would be asking too much (though it is free and you are welcome to do so).
For this post, you will first talk in your group with others who have read the same parts of the text that you wrote.