The Give a Sh*t Book Club

America has become a scary place for many people in recent months. Hateful rhetoric has been given a powerful platform. It's hard to know where to start, but the resistance starts here, with us.

Here’s how it works: Every month, I pick a book that has particular social or political relevance to what’s going on in our nation and the world. Then the last Saturday of the month, I post my thoughts and reflections about the book, and anyone who so desires can jump in on the discussion too.

It’s a way for me to commit to staying engaged with important issues without totally burning myself out with doom and gloom. 

The next book selection of The Give a Sh*t Book Club is We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It's based on a TED talk, which means it's short (65 pages!), cheap ($2.99 right now on Amazon!), and super accessible no matter how much you do or don't already know about feminism.

Want to Participate? Get your hands on a copy of the book, read it, and meet back here on Saturday, May 27th for a virtual book club discussion. Already have plans that day? No problem, the comments will stay open for at least a week, so you can jump in whenever you have time.

See below our previous Give a Sh*t Book Club discussions.