R.A.D.A. Social Justice Book Discussion

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Program Description

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The R.A.D.A (Read. Awareness. Dialogue. Action.) program provides a safe and responsible space to discuss community issues and movements of the day with respect and compassion within a structured environment. Our Black History Month selection, The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man's Love Affair with Nature, by J. Drew Lanham, examines the connection between the unwelcome reception of BIPOC folks in outdoor spaces and the weaponization of race. Participants are encouraged to read the book in advance.

Available copies: Book or E-Audio Book

Please click here on February 23 to join the discussion, or register below if you'd like to receive an email reminder. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to join this virtual Zoom session. 

For more Black History Month programs from the library check out this blog.

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