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Join us each month for our Social Justice Reading Circle. The 2nd Wednesday of each month we will have a book club-style meetup to discuss a book that relates to social justice across a range of topics and genres. Our selections will include our Stowe Prize Shortlist, fiction, and non-fiction works to explore the many ways that writers engage social justice issues. We invite you to meet for refreshments, reading, and lively conversation.
Our February 14 selection is the novel Libertie by Kaitlyn Greenidge. Libertie is a freeborn Black girl growing up in Reconstruction-era Brooklyn. Libertie struggles with the vision of her future held by her mother, a physician who dreams of passing her practice onto Libertie, and her own interests in music and independence.
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Stowe Center, Day House
Light refreshments provided