Founded in 2017, the Social Justice Syllabus Book Club invites community members to read together on themes related to equality and justice. During our first series, Kaepernick’s Reading List, we read and discussed books the New York Times described as being inspirational to quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s activism. In the second part of this series, Borders, we read fiction, nonfiction, and poetry about immigration, asylum, and borders. Our third series is Pages Against the Patriarchy. What is patriarchy, how does it affect us, and are there other ways of living? Join us on the last Sunday of every month for insightful conversation.
Writer and pro bono immigration attorney C. Hudak is the founder of the Social Justice Syllabus Book Club. She collaborated with Third Place Books to develop the SJS reading lists and hosts the monthly discussions.
All are welcome and no purchase is required. Drink specials (both alcoholic and non) are available from Raconteur during book club meetings.
The Social Justice Syllabus Book Club meets on the last Sunday of every month at Third Place Books Seward Park (5041 Wilson Ave S). The bookstore is on a street-level floor with wide aisles and no stairs to the meeting area or to the wheelchair accessible restroom. There are two accessible parking spaces available near the front entrance (permit required).
Next Meeting: Sunday, June 28 at 7pm
Our June meeting will be taking place on Zoom. Register here prior to the meeting to receive access.
Coming Up: Sunday, July 26 at 7pm
Our July meeting will be taking place on Zoom. Register here prior to the meeting to receive access.
August 30, 2020