Diversity Book Club book lists — 10 Comments

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  2. Your group sounds amazing! I wish you guys were out here! 🙂 How to be Black is such a good book. I was thinking about rereading it. It’s funny, inspiring, and even a little heartbreaking.

  3. What a great way to heal your community! A Lesson Before Dying is the most powerful and moving book I have ever read (and I was an English Literature major at college) – I hope you enjoy it, too.

    • A couple of people in our group had read it and thought it was going to be an excellent basis for discussion. I’m looking forward to it!

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  5. I discussed Eddy Harris’s book “Native Stranger” with your group last year.
    Just FYI, Barr Branch Library will be discussing his “Mississippi Solo” on Thursday evening, Nov. 1 at a nearby restaurant. Call (314) 771-7040 for more information.

  6. So excited to have discovered your blog, Joy. I worked in the diversity field for 15 years at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. I did diversity training for professionals. I think it fantastic that you have this book club. Continue your good work!

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