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Books and Breakfast Program: Home

Welcome to the Books and Breakfast Program LibGuide


About Books and Breakfast Program

Guided by the Hands Up United Books and Breakfast Initiative, the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center (MLKCC), the Desmond Tutu Center (DTC), and Butler University Political Sciences students have created a free Saturday morning book club devoted to reading, dialogue, and community growth around important topics. Each month a new book and theme is introduced.

The goal of the program as facilitated by the MLKCC and DTC is to cultivate a space for community members to discuss issues around race, activism, justice, racism, etc., using captivating literature as the catalyst. By exposing the community to inspiring and invigorating books, the Books and Breakfast program hopes to ignite change in our local community. It is only with understanding, acceptance, and motivation from within that change in our community can begin to occur.

Favorite Selected Books

Why We Can't Wait by Martin Luther King Jr.: 0 votes (0%)
In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens by Alice Walker: 0 votes (0%)
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Favorite Selected book of 2016
Brown Girl Dreaming By Jacqueline Woodsoon: 0 votes (0%)
Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? By Beverly Tatum: 0 votes (0%)
Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde: 0 votes (0%)
Fast Food Nation: 0 votes (0%)
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