New Book for Discussion Starting Soon

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Join with the Land Acknowledgment and Beyond Group for a new book study.

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The Land Acknowledgment and Beyond (LAB) group and other interested people recently finished reading The Earth Shall Weep. It’s a detailed history book, and people had a lot to say about it.

The next book is a novel, The Seed Keeper, also about Native people but fictional and lighter reading. The book’s author is Diane Wilson, who lives in the Twin Cities. It tells the story of a Native woman who was taken from her home as a child and struggles to get back to her Native culture.

We will discuss the book in two sections, the first half on Mon, April 15 (7:00–8:30) and the second half on Mon, May 20 (7:00–8:30) on Zoom. You are invited to read the book and join in the discussions. If you need a book, they will be available in the Commons on Sundays or from Ann K.

They are from Birchbark books and cost $19. Buying these from Birchbark rather than purchasing online means that you are supporting a local Native business. Join in for a good read and interesting discussions.

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