In White Picket Fences, Amy Julia Becker examines how able-bodied privilege and White privilege have affected her life. The mother of a daughter with Down syndrome, Becker explores the harm that privilege causes to both those who have it and those who do not. Becker lifts up the power of prayer, confession, and repentance as ways to overcome the privilege that harms and separates us. She encourages us to root ourselves in the love of God in order to share that profound love with others. This book is engaging and easily readable. It is a gentle, compassionate exploration of our common humanity as beloved children of God, from one who confesses her own privilege and is seeking ways to move forward in God’s healing and restoring work.