Book Discussion – The Righteous Mind

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The date is set for a discussion of The Righteous Mind:  Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 6PM.  This book does not focus on a particular group of people we may think of as righteous, rather, it sheds light on how we all think, based on comprehensive social and cultural psychological analysis. CPC’s justice group Refuge is hoping it might help …

Book Discussion Series – Education on Race

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Book Discussion Series Book 1 • November 16 • 10:30am Our purposes are education, understanding, and self-awareness. Through reading and discussion, we hope to learn more about the African-American experience. And to create a safe, though not necessarily comfortable space, to talk about Race. The first book is on sale now at the servery for $10. We hope you can …

Between the World and Me – Revisited

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Between the World and Me – Revisited Sunday, April 14 • 6:30pm We’re following up on our well-received January event with a second opportunity for group discussion. Between the World and Me is author Ta Nehisi Coates’ disturbing, compelling letter to his son on what life in the USA is like for a black man. This time we will present …

Book Discussion – Between the World and Me

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Book Discussion on Between the World and Me Sunday, January 20 • 6:30pm The book is the author’s compelling and beautifully written letter to his son on what it is like to be a black man in the USA. Geoff Thompson, an experienced college administrator who has worked to create more diverse, inclusive, and equitable campus communities at UW-Madison and …