Each month will provide a new opportunity to challenge your “social-norms” by exploring people, situations and circumstances that might be different from your own. This virtual book club boasts a variety of popular titles.
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Upcoming Books and Discussion Dates
- Color of Law: Part 1 Discussion - April 29
- Color of Law: Part 2 Discussion - May 6
- Racial Segregation in Housing Discussion - May 12
To join the Color of Law book discussions, please register via Eventbrite. By registering via Eventbrite, guests can attend one or both sessions.
Following the book sessions, an open discussion on racial segregation in housing will be held on May 12. To register, please click here.
Past Books and Discussion Dates
- Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome - July 16
- White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism - July 18
- The New Jim Crow - Aug. 20
- Real Queer America, LGBT Stories from Red States - Oct. 1
- A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant's Son - Nov. 19