Social Justice Book Club for Teens (Black History Month)

Cover of Black Lives Matter book featuring photo of raised fists

Like to read and talk about social justice? Come join Social Justice Book Club! A monthly book club that encourages members to read any book that within falls within a specific theme. In honor of Black History Month, the theme for February will be focused on Black and African American narratives and activism.

Some suggested titles to explore:

Fiction

Non-Fiction

Graphic Novels

Poetry

Social Justice Book Club is an opportunity for young people to get together to share knowledge and deepen our analysis of power in the world today. We will meet on the third Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise specified. Due to the library holiday closure, February will be held on the fourth Tuesday. Snacks provided! For youth ages 12 to 18. Questions? Call Linda, teen services librarian, at 510-238-3400.

When

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Where

Asian Branch

388 9th Street Suite 190
Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: (510) 238-3400