This book club opens on September 15, 2023, and the group sets the pace. Spaces are limited (50). Book club members will find themselves engrossed in Welcome to the Sick Mind of a Sane Person: Deconstructing Racism and White Supremacy, a thought-provoking exploration of race and privilege in America. Author Terry Lee Watson sheds light on the insidious effects of systemic racism, challenging readers to confront their own biases and dismantle the structures that perpetuate inequality. This book is a must-read for anyone seeking to understand the complexities of race relations in our society. •The Walk is a collection that critically examines the complexity of racism and white supremacy. •The American Celebration seeks to define what makes a mind sick. This collection lends insight into how our willingness to disguise our sanity to fit the status quo contributes to the overwhelming theme of white supremacy. •I Fight for My People shows how we find, sustain, and pass on strength as a culture. • The Playing of The Fifth Note speaks to the strategist in you. If deconstructing white supremacy is the beginning, then what is your end? What is your fifth note? Join the author as he considers what it means to be black in America, what must be done to effect meaningful change, and whether we should be hopeful about the future.
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