The next topic in Sonoma County Library's Together at the Table series is
Stop by your local library to delve into this topic during the months of January and February 2018.
Download the handout of materials we have curated for you about the experience of being a black person in America.
Explore this topic further through extensive booklists of materials available to check out in the library. Materials are available for kids, families, teens and adults and come in a variety of formats including fiction, nonfiction, picture books, DVDs and graphic novels.
The materials on this list offer people of all ages opportunities to understand Blackness in America, the black experience, and varying relevant issues, topics, and events that affect our country.
Explore additional resources including definitions, local organizations and upcoming events:
Join us for a community conversation with experts from local organizations in Sonoma County. Learn how you can get involved, and share your voice on this important topic.
Participate in Together at the Table activities at your local Library branch.
We are proud to partner with the following organizations on this Together at the Table topic:
- Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County
- Racial Justice Allies of Sonoma County
- Santa Rosa-Sonoma County NAACP
- Sonoma County Black Forum
- Sonoma State University's American Multicultural Studies Department
The Together at the Table project was supported in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.