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Listen, learn, educate, and take action. One way to start this is by reading anti-racism literature, and the staff at R.J. Julia Booksellers in Madison have compiled a list of books that they recommend as the fight for racial justice continues. While the books on the list can be purchased through R.J. Julia, they’ve also provided links to independent, black-owned bookstores where the books are available and encourage readers to support these stores, as well. The store is also planning to have events, workshops, and guided reading groups “to enrich the learning and self-reflection we’re all taking part in,” as stated on their website.
To see the full list, visit rjjulia.com/newsletters and click on “Book Recommendations: Black Lives Matter.”
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