sisterwoman reading group

wtf is a reading group? you mean a book club, right?

not quite...

reading groups were prominent during the civil rights movement in the uk. organisations such as owaad and southall black sisters met regularly for group study, to ask questions and to share ideas. this is NOT a book club! checkout black girl’s book club (who are doing amazing things!) or noname’s book club if that's what you're looking for. 

sisterwoman reading group is first and foremost an informal meet up group for like minded people to connect, support black vegan business and plan the revolution...

readings will be shared to enable informed discussion with a shared foundation and encourage self study. however, our conversations aim to be organic and not necessarily always rooted in the texts themselves.

sisterwoman reading group is open to all regardless of age, race, gender, level of formal education and background. 




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Upcoming Events

Sat, Oct 17
sisterwoman reading group: aphro-ism
a monthly reading group to discuss ideas, theories and topical issues around holistic health, healing and justice.

my alma mater was books, a good library…. i could spend the rest of my life reading, just satisfying my curiosity.


malcolm x

i am deliberate and afraid of nothing

- audre lorde

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