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Thoughts to Action

WHAT: GPPL’s Thoughts to Action Book Club seeks to provide our community with a way to explore current social issues in a meaningful way. Every six months we read one culturally relevant book and then meet monthly to discuss, plan, and carry out a community project based on the book’s message.

To become a member of Thoughts to Action, click here.

THIS SESSION'S BOOK: Disability Visibility: First Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century, Edited by Alice Wong

WHEN:  4th Thursdays, 7 p.m. via Zoom

THE AUTHOR'S WEBSITE

Actions and Further Reading

Actions:

· Read Part I of the book for discussion on 9/22/22


    Shared by Members:

    My ICU Summer: A Photo Essay by Alice Wong

    Book: Seeing Voices by Oliver Sacks

    TV: Extraordinary Attorney Woo (Netflix)



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