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Education :: Discussion
Montana Racial Equity Project Book Club
6:00 PM
Missoula Public Library
Montana Racial Equity Project Book Club Description:
In January we’ll discuss the first half of “The 1619 Project: A New Origins Story” by Nikole Hannah-Jones (second half in February). MPL has a few copies available for check out, and local bookstores Fact & Fiction in Missoula (https://www.factandfictionbooks.com/) and Chapter One Bookstore in Hamilton (https://www.chapter1bookstore.com/) sell Book Club selections at a discount to participants. Discussion is facilitated by Chris Young-Greer, Education Initiative Lead for the Montana Racial Equity Project. Reading selections include mainly nonfiction titles about social justice, equity, and issues affecting historically marginalized, disenfranchised, and oppressed individuals or communities. For more information on this lively and inspiring Book Club visit the Montana Racial Equity Project’s website https://www.themtrep.org/what-we-do/book-club.html or contact them at info@themtrep.org. This group meets on fourth Wednesday of the month in the Cooper Room A on Level Four. Jan 26, 6:00-7:45 PM
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Missoula Public Library
Address: 455 East Main St. Missoula, MT 59802
Phone: (406) 721-2665

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