A group including members from several different congregations and secular organizations has been meeting most months to discuss books that educate and motivate us in anti-racist work.
For February, we’ll be reading and discussing Learning From the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil. Philosopher Susan Neiman writes about context both German and American — Holocaust and racism — that might have something to tell us as we grapple with evil in our national past and present. The learnings are from negative as well as some positive examples of such grapplings.
Optional: bring some snacks to share.
Co-sponsored by North Bronx Racial Justice.
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