White Guilt Clean Up Book Club sessions - BIPOC only
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Über die Veranstaltung
The White Guilt Clean Up Book Club is hosted and conducted by Diana Arce in cooperation with Frauenkreise Berlin
The White Guilt Clean Up Online Book Club meets biweekly to read and discuss intersectional anti-racist books and texts, primarily focusing on Womxn* of Color authors.
WGCU Online Book Club will begin reading "So You Want To Talk About Race" by Ijeoma Oluo on May 28th and 29th.
There are 3 sessions available on the two days:
Thu, 28th 6pm - BIPOC only
Thu, 28th 7:30pm - open to all
Fri, 29th 7:30pm - open to all
We will begin by discussing the first 4 Chapters of Ijeoma Oluo's book So You Want to Talk About Race.
If you are new and never signed up for Book Club, sign up using this form. https://forms.gle/pqgXMjowLmf9dG6k7 Please note this session is for BIPOCs only with two other groups open to everyone in the community. WGCU Online Book Club #2 - Thursday Session & WGCU Online Book Club #2 - Friday Session
If you've previously signed up, please use this form to confirm which session you'll attend. https://forms.gle/R4WnqQ7aHhGXREYq8
New members please also read the article 10 Tips on Receiving Critical Feedback: A Guide for Activists by Brooke Anderson, which we use as guidelines for communication. https://medium.com/@brookeanderson/10-tips-on-receiving-critical-feedback-a-guide-for-activists-e51689c59d81 If you have any questions about this text, please let me know at your earliest convenience as we may not have time to discuss this in group (email@example.com).
WGCU Online Book Club, will again be free for all participants, but any donations, from those who can, are greatly appreciated! Preference is for direct transfer to the following account but I also accept paypal. If you'd like an invoice, please send an invoice address.
Diana Arce - Deutsche Kredit Bank - IBAN: DE73120300001008647693 - BIC: BYLADEM1001
I'd like to thank all the participants who joined Book club for the reading of Freedom is a Constant Struggle by Angela Davis and look forward to continue our collective growth, learning and understanding. We are all very excited to welcome new members to our meetings! Ijeoma's book is thoughtful, personal and extremely practical in opening up our abilities to talk productively about race. Though the context of the book is very US-centric, its lessons are still globally applicable.
Feel free to forward this to anyone who'd be interested in joining! and stay safe during these trying times!
Diana Arce founder of WGCU