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One Book, One Boulder

One Book One Boulder So you want to talk about race? by Ijeoma Oluo bookcover

While the active programming for the 2020 One Book One Boulder program has ended, there are still many ways to engage. This year’s selection was ‘So You Want to Talk About Race‘ by Ijeoma Oluo.

From July – November 2020, Boulder came together through the shared experience of reading and discussing the same book, supporting community members in learning, reflecting, and taking action on the topic of racial equity.

What is One Book?
A “One Book” program seeks to bring the community together through reading and discussing a single book. The American Library Association refers to the program as a way to “create a shared experience of reading among a wide spectrum of people.”

How do I get involved?

  1. Read or listen to the book.
  2. Watch any of the archivedonline programs to learn more, or organize your own discussion. 

One Book One Boulder Recorded Programs

Nov. 5, 2020 recording of So You Want to Talk About Race with author Ijeoma Oluo in conversation with poet Assétou Xango.

Past Programs Playlist on YouTube »
Programas anteriores disponibles en español »

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Thank you to our sponsor

Boulder Library Foundation

Posted on November 15, 2020
Categories: Events