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The Carthage Anti-Racist Reading Group is about to enter our 7th round, and we invite all interested students, alumni, faculty, and staff to join us in reading and discussing Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz’s “An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States.”

Sign up by Monday, Oct. 3

Those who may not have the time to read the full book, but who wish to join, may also participate by reading selected chapters or by reading/listening to related texts such as Rebecca Nagle’s “This Land” podcast.

The reading group will take place over 8-9 weeks, beginning the second week of October. Participants will join small groups (5-10 people) who together determine a meeting schedule and work together to think through the questions and goals of their reading/learning community.

We hope to see you there!

Sponsoring Department, Office, or Organization:

Carthage Anti-Racist Reading Group

For more information, contact:

Shannon Brennan: sbrennan@carthage.edu, Siovahn Williams: swilliams4@carthage.edu, Nina Weisling: nweisling@carthage.edu