Decolonisation Book Club

Wednesday 12 June 2024, noon - 3pm

St Benet's Chaplaincy (Mile End)
About this event

Join QMSU to ‘Decolonise Your Bookshelf’! 

We will be reading ‘Mornings in Jenin’ by Susan Abulhawa from 12-3pm in St Benet's Chaplaincy (opposite People's Palace at Mile End). 

First 20 attendees will receive a free copy!

No sign ups so first come first serve :)

 

We invite you to join us for lively discussion and engaging debates. Whether you’re looking to expand your reading list, connect with fellow book lovers or engage in stimulating conversation, our book club is the perfect opportunity to explore a diverse range of genres and works by underrepresented voices.  

This book club has been organised to discuss the work from scratch so we will be reading some key passages on the day to guide discussion. You can also purchase your own copy or access a free online version if you wish to do so 

 

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