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|The Local 764 Social Justice Task Force would like to invite their 764 kin to the
FIRST HERITAGE BOOK CLUB for the month of FEBRUARY!
To celebrate Black History Month, the Task Force would like to invite our union kin to read with us:
Nubia: The Awakening by Omar Epps & Clarence A. Haynes
Black joy is essential to celebrate. While the history of Black folks in America is at times too horrific to recount, black trauma too frequently presented as entertainment or the only history part of Black history worth chronicling. Black culture is not monolithic.
The culture is eclectic, rich in varied experiences, and undeniably has contributed to some of the most iconic American movements such as the fight for civil rights and the spread of the organized labor unions.
This month we explore black fantasy. Nubia: The Awakening is a gripping and exciting futuristic fantasy that revolves around three teenage refugees whose people struggle under oppression but their lives change when their dormant supernatural powers awaken.
We’ll be holding a discussion group to share our thoughts on this futuristic novel on MARCH 5th at 12 pm!