Mark Twain Library Hosts Conversations on Race Virtual Book Discussion on Sept. 30, Two Sessions

Join Mark Twain Library on Wednesday, September 30th for a virtual discussion of Ibram Kendi’s bestseller How To Be An Antiracist.

Register for the morning session (10am to 11am) HERE.

Register for the evening session (7:30 to 8:30pm) HERE.

In this book, Kendi brings together ethics, history, law and science, while intertwining an engaging personal narrative of his own realization of antiracism. How To Be An Antiracist is a timely work that goes beyond an awareness of racism to the next step, with exploration on how to contribute to the formation of a truly just and equitable society.

The discussion will be moderated by Tom Kilbourn, ordained Episcopal priest and retired Joel Barlow English teacher, along with Sharon Young, Associate Professor, Department of Social Work at WCSU.

This antiracism discussion group was created in partnership by the Mark Twain Library and the Redding League of Women Voters in an effort to offer our community an opportunity to continue the conversation on race.

The group is intended to be a forum where community members can safely exchange ideas, hear differing perspectives, and talk about race.


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