Please join us for a conversation about Ijeoma Oluo’s So You Want To Talk About Race, the fourth Friday of September, October, and November from noon-1pm in the basement of the Hubbard Interfaith Sanctuary (except on 10/26).
Dates and reading/discussion goals:
- 9/28: Chapters 1-5
- 10/26: Chapters 6-11 (meeting in Library Instruction Room, 1st floor)
- November 30: Chapter 12-End
Copies of the book are available at the library reference desk. Feel free to bring a bagged lunch.
Open to faculty, staff, and administration.
Please RSVP to Liz Richards at email@example.com, as space is limited.
*Provisions’ mission values teaching as an endeavor that requires ongoing inquiry and reflection. In keeping with this, the reading group aims to create a safe space for talking about our primary purpose here at the college: educating students. Our teaching lives are clearly affected by our workplace environment, so these sensitive topics might also be a part of the conversation. We do request that all participants come with an open heart and mind.