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Richmond, Virginia Affiliate Group

Book Circle 

This circle is for book lovers looking for the perfect way to share thoughts and ideas on today’s writers and old favorites. From Michelle Obama’s Becoming, to Ben Campbell's Richmond's Unhealed History, this small group covers novels from the bestseller list to classic civil rights literature, to books written by up and coming authors. Come to this table with your book and a covered dish. Enjoy fellowship, food and phenomenal reads every fourth Thursday of the month.  6 - 8:30 pm. We do not meet in November and December.

Co-Conveners: Cheryl Goode, Karen Franklin, Brett Hoag, and Marsha Summers

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Check out the book selctions for our upcoming June and July events...

June 2020 Book Read

Our June selection is “Jane Crow -The Life of Pauli Murray" by Rosalind Rosenberg

Throughout her prodigious life, activist and lawyer Pauli Murray systematically fought against all arbitrary distinctions in society, channeling her outrage at the discrimination she faced to make America a more democratic country. In this definitive biography, Rosalind Rosenberg offers a poignant portrait of a figure who played pivotal roles in both the modern civil rights and women's movements.

July Book Read

Our July selection is “Mighty Justice: My Life in Civil Rights” by  Dovey Johnson Roundtree and
 Katie McCabe.

As per Goodreads, "In Mighty Justice, trailblazing African American civil rights attorney Dovey Johnson Roundtree recounts her inspiring life story that speaks movingly and urgently to our racially troubled times. From the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, to the segregated courtrooms of the nation’s capital; from the male stronghold of the army where she broke gender and color barriers to the pulpits of churches where women had waited for years for the right to minister—in all these places, Dovey Johnson Roundtree sought justice. At a time when African American attorneys had to leave the courthouses to use the bathroom, Roundtree took on Washington’s white legal establishment and prevailed, winning a 1955 landmark bus desegregation case that would help to dismantle the practice of “separate but equal” and shatter Jim Crow laws. Later, she led the vanguard of women ordained to the ministry in the AME Church in 1961, merging her law practice with her ministry to fight for families and children being destroyed by urban violence.

Dovey Roundtree passed away in 2018 at the age of 104. Though her achievements were significant and influential, she remains largely unknown to the American public. Mighty Justice corrects the historical record."


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