November 10 | 7:00-8:00PM
Yale Philly Talks is our Book Club focusing on works around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This month, we are reading “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” by Isabel Wilkerson. The book provides a gripping analysis of history and experiences of racism in the United States that challenges basic constructs and language by examining the comparative context of caste systems in India and Nazi Germany. https://nyti.ms/2Xfu0wc
Register here for $5 so we can send you the Zoom link.
Access – Get the e-book for $14.99 on Kindle, Google Play Books and Movies, Nook – More as hardcover: $19.20 @ Amazon, $26.99 @ Barnes & Noble – Check your local library too. This is a fairly lengthy read, so get your book today.
Special “Freebie” for BOLDS (Bulldogs of the Last Decade) – The first 7 BOLDs–Yale graduates from 2011 – 2020–who register and request a free copy of Caste will actually receive a free e-book version as an incentive to participate. This subsidy is funded by Camp Yale Emeritus.