Join One Small Stone's community to read and discuss a rotating list of books related to climate justice and social action. Our last book was All We Can Save by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson. Next up is Saving Us by Katharine Hayhoe.
Mulling over problems - as well as solutions - with others allows us to deepen our understanding, see perspectives we may have previously missed, find connection and grounding within the vast world of "climate action," and develop intentions for personal action.
Saving Us Book Club
Days & Times
Mondays, 3/28 and 4/18, 7:30 to 9:00pm EST
2 sessions, each 90-minutes long
Suggested price of $10 for both meetings. One Small Stone is committed to an inclusive community and welcomes all, regardless of ability to pay. Email for price adjustment.
Additional articles and videos will be sent out for participants who want to dive deeper - or on the flipside, for those who are unable to read the full book.
For those in the Larchmont-Mamaroneck area, the book is available at Andersons Larchmont as well as through the public library system.
No experience necessary.
Book club meets via Zoom.
“My heart is moved by all I cannot save:
so much has been destroyed
I have to cast my lot with those
who age after age, perversely,
with no extraordinary power,
reconstitute the world.”
- Adrienne Rich
“A vibrant, fair, and regenerative future is possible - not when thousands of people do climate justice activism perfectly but when millions of people do the best they can." - Xiye Bastida