First Parish Racial Justice Library

Racial Justice Library News

The Racial Justice Library, located by the stairs to the Tobey Lounge, welcomes you any time. Stop by the Racial Justice Library book cart at coffee hour, or visit the full collection in the library by the balcony steps.

As we move forward with the selection of a second minister, you can read up on some African American ministers who contributed much to Unitarian Universalism. You’ll find these titles in the book cart:

Here are a few more books featured in the cart this week:

  • Before There Was Mozart. This illustrated book for ages 5-9 describes the unusual 18th century life of Joseph Boulogne, son of an enslaved woman who became a violin virtuoso.
  • Interpreter of Maladies. In these short stories by Jumpha Lahiri, you can delve into the lives of some fictional Indian people, some in their home country and some living the diaspora.
  • Navigating a fierce identification with roots while creating an entirely new culture that’s a key component of America’s future—that is Living in Spanglish, as described by author and journalist Ed Morales.

 

How to check out a book

To check out a book, look for the box with index cards, find your book filed alphabetically, fill it out, and place it in the back of the box. Check-outs are for one month. It’s fall; time to turn the page(s) of a good book dealing with themes of great importance to all of us. Questions? Email racialjustice@firstparish.info.
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