Plymouth Reads 

April 13, 2021

Join Book Discussion

Our small group book discussion is coming up this Saturday, April 17, from 3-4:30 pm! Be sure to register by clicking the link below to get an invitation for the Zoom small group discussion on Kendi’s best seller. 

Register for Plymouth Reads Here

Click here for Plymouth Reads Resource Page.

Click here to help prepare for April 17 book club discussion.

Coming to the Table

A discussion on antiracism and Seattle’s built environment

Ibram X. Kendi in his book, How To Be An Antiracist, challenges us to actively change racist policies into antiracist policies. He says it happens when a group of people representing multiple vantage points on an issue come together intent on dismantling the embedded racism.

Saturday, April 24 at 3:00 p.m., Plymouth Reads hosts a conversation with former King County Councilmember Larry Gossett and Branden Born, UW Associate Professor in the Department of Urban Design & Planning. Together they bring experience in politics, advocacy, community engagement, planning, design, and academics to untangle where the racism lies and where antiracist policies can bring equity to Seattle’s built communities.

As a landowner in Downtown Seattle with its origins in colonialism, Plymouth Church is looking inward while fostering discussions with others on shaping this land called Seattle into what its namesake, Chief Si’ahl, foresaw. United as one.

Go to Plymouth Reads to register and receive a Zoom invitation to this webinar.

Photo: Councilmember Larry Gossett (l), Professor Branden Born (r) 

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