I heard Chris speak about these concepts earlier this month at a Sustainable Business Network event and could not help but think about the themes I was mulling over in my "Race in America" post from a couple of weeks ago. The conversation about race in this country is, of course, fraught with competing narratives, one about hard work trumping all and one about structural inequities trumping all. This notion of "invisible capital" is all over that conversation.
I think that is the mark of a good book, is that its central premise is something intriguing that worms your way into your thinking and finds itself in multiple places throughout your travels. I highly recommend you let this book worm its way onto your bookshelf.