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Brave Beyond Words: So You Want to Talk About Race


  • Turn A Page Bookshop 9575 East Montview Boulevard Aurora, CO, 80010 United States (map)

It’s time for our next Brave Beyond Words Book Club, and we would love to have you join us! This 4-week series will be a heartfelt examination of Ijeoma Oluo’s So You Want To Talk About Race. Oluo is an exceptional writer with straightforward solutions for engaging in difficult, crutial, and BRAVE conversations. If you’ve wondered how you can help combat racial inequality, this book club is for you. No matter where you are on the path of racial education, let’s explore the author’s solutions for healing the divide together. To ensure meaningful dialogue and deeper connection, we are capping this group at 10 participants. Please REGISTER NOW if interested!

What: Brave Beyond Words is not your ordinary neighborhood book club! At the Brave Coalition, we recognize the need in our community to provide a safe place to discuss difficult topics and have Brave Conversations. We choose thought-provoking books that will challenge and inspire you. Books are discussed over several weekly sessions (3-6 weeks). All we ask is that you stay up-to-date with the reading and show up with an open and curious mind. The small-group setting will allow participants to honestly and courageously untangle issues of race, while experiencing a facilitator-led but group-driven discussion, a sense of community, and personal enrichment.

Dates: Four Wednesday evenings. April 3 (Chapters 1-4); April 10 (Chapters 5-7); April 17 (Chapters 8-12); April 24 (Chapters 13-17). 

Location: Turn A Page Book Shop, 9575 Montview Blvd, Aurora (free parking)

Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Cost: $30 for the 4-week session. This does not include a copy of the book, which participants must purchase in advance at Turn A Page Book Shop or HERE

PayPal Registration: CLICK HERE (https://bravecoalition.us15.list-manage.com/track/click?u=c2239ca66637ac282d52d9f0a&id=fa79df2033&e=decc26264d)

Earlier Event: October 19
Race and Justice Grant Project