The Justice Library is without a doubt a physical space (small as it may be), but more than that, the concept and goal of the library is to connect the community and provide education through the exchange of ideas and experiences related to racism. To that end, we’ve been working with the The Community Writing Center, Ezekiel Project, Public Libraries of Saginaw, Marshall Fredericks Sculpture Museum and Leopard Print Books to put together a community read. A community read is where everyone in the community reads the same book and then gets together in groups to discuss.
In this age of COVID-19 what the community read looks like is still a work in progress, but we are moving toward book selection and this is where you can help. We want your help selecting the book we will be reading. Use the link below to cast your vote and look for more information soon!
Click the links below to learn more about each title!