This action-based anti-racist book club is not your average gathering of chatter and canapés.

The Relearning Circle is a safe space for an open dialogue around racism, our lived experiences, and for our white relearners, to identify the implicit biases that shape how we move through the world and benefit from privilege.

We will do our own work, in community, and provide accountability around being actively anti-racist on a daily basis.

This action-based anti-racist book club is not your average gathering of chatter and canapés.

The Relearning Circle is a safe space for an open dialogue around racism, our lived experiences, and for our white relearners, to identify the implicit biases that shape how we move through the world and benefit from privilege.

We will do our own work, in community, and provide accountability around being actively anti-racist on a daily basis.

 How it works

Each month we read a book by a black author; our current read is with My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem.

Every two weeks, we come together on Zoom to discuss what came up for us while reading, what we tore down, what’s possible now, and what we’re committed to next.

We check in with calls to action inspired by the book and its author in a shared group, and share our anti-racist commitments for accountability.

 

Each month we read a book by a black author; our current read is with My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem.

Every two weeks, we come together on Zoom to discuss what came up for us while reading, what we tore down, what’s possible now, and what we’re committed to next.

We check in with calls to action inspired by the book and its author in a shared group, and share our anti-racist commitments for accountability.

 

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