The votes have been counted and we are pleased to announce that our next online Book Club offering is…..
Radical Hope: Letters of Love and Dissent in Dangerous Times edited by Carolina de Robertis
For week one of our book club, please read the section entitled “Roots” by Tuesday, June 21st.
Then, either head to the comments below or the Book Lovers Club on SPC to discuss what we read! Haven’t signed up for SPC yet? Click here to join.
We’ll meet over Zoom to discuss the full book the week of July 11th. More details to come!
Here is how you can obtain a copy of Radical Hope: Letters of Love and Dissent in Dangerous Times edited by Carolina de Robertis:
Most libraries in the U.S. allow patrons to borrow e-books or audiobooks through online systems or applications you can download to your smartphone. OverDrive and Hoopla are two of the most popular services. Radical Hope: Letters of Love and Dissent is currently available on OverDrive HERE. If you are in New York State, you can apply for a library card online HERE.
Order a Hard Copy
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What do you think of the book selection? Comment below or join the “Book Lovers Club” on SPC to start the conversation!
I got the book yesterday – playing catch-up. I was very moved by the first part. The authors voiced what I felt in 2016 and for the years that followed. Where I lived at the time was a community as divided as the rest of the country and I saw friendships come to bitter ends. Where I live now, the city is divided over the “moving” (not removing) of two Confederate statues. We have not overcome.
Thank you so much for this perspective! Hope you are able to make our discussion on July 14th at 4:30PM EDT