LWVO Centennial Book Club

LWVO Centennial Book Club

Centennial Book ClubOur book club focuses on books relating to issues of interest to League members, and the advocacy positions we pursue. We focus on non-fiction, but sometimes might read fiction. The club is open to LWV of Oakland members, and for the time being, will be held online.

We meet every other month,  convening at 6 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month. You should be sure to sign up using the Eventbrite links that will appear in the LWVO Email blasts. 

For more information, please contact us at: bookclub [at] lwvoakland.org


Books for 2020

Book Club
Thursday, May 21:  Democracy:  A Case Study (Cases 1 & 2), by David A. Moss
Color of Law      
Thursday, June 18:  The Color of Law, by Richard Rothstein.  Moderator:  Carmen Murray.  See this event on our calendar.  
Book Club


Thursday, July 16:  Democracy:  A Case Study (Cases 3 & 4), by David A. Moss.  See this event on our calendarRegister on Eventbrite for this Zoom event.




White Fragility
Thursday, September 17:  White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for People to Talk About Racism, by Robyn DiAngelo and Michael Eric Dyson.  See this event on our calendar.
Book Club
Thursday, October 15 
Democracy:  A Case Study (Cases 5 & 6), by David A. Moss
See this event on our calendar.




Woman Behind FDR


Thursday, November 19.  The Woman Behind the New Deal: The Life and Legacy of Frances Perkins, Social Security, Unemployment Insurance.  See this event on our calendar.