Community Book Read
The Bonner County Human Rights Task Force (BCHRTF) and The Library present a Community Read Book Club.
This year, we are featuring the book Belonging: The Science of Creating Connection and Bridging Divides by Geoffrey L. Cohen.
Belonging is a basic human need that people crave. Come join us for an in-depth look at belonging and how to promote belonging in our community.
A limited number of free copies are available at the Sandpoint Library Information Desk. The library also has a few copies available for checkout, plus the ebook on the Libby app and the audiobook on the Hoopla app!
Poems from the book, “I Go to Ruined Places” and study guides will also be provided for discussion each week.
We’ll meet for 6 weeks on Wednesdays for presentations and discussions. You can join us in person at the Sandpoint Library or via Zoom. When you register below, please select the dates you plan to attend.
To join on Zoom:
Meeting ID: 639 278 4534
Learn more about the book here: wwnorton.com/books/9781324006183
This event series is facilitated by BCHRTF Board members.
Mission statement: BCHRTF’s responsibility is to affirm the American principles and ideals of the inviolable dignity and worth of each human being. The mission of the BCHRTF is to promote and secure mutual understanding and respect among all people. BCHRTF recognizes that it is the racial, social, and cultural diversity of our people that makes Bonner County a rich and worthwhile place to live. One goal of the BCHRTF is to provide and promote community education on bias and prejudice in furtherance of positive human relations and cultural diversity, recognizing that everyone should be equal under the law.
Bonner County Human Rights Task Force