March 9, 2024, 10:30am-noon


The Politics of Jesus, Rediscovering  the True Revolutionary Nature of What Jesus Believed and How It Was Corrupted

by Obrey M. Hendricks, Jr.

Hendricks argues that Jesus was a political revolutionary whose teachings and actions were aimed at alleviating the suffering of his people at the hands of Roman occupiers. He doesn’t simply portray Jesus in general political terms; he contends that Jesus was an adept political activist who utilized specific tactics and techniques that we can emulate today.



April 27, 2024, 10:30-noon

Poverty By America
by Matthew Desmond

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER − The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Evicted reimagines the debate on poverty, making a “provocative and compelling” (NPR) argument about why it persists in America: because the rest of us benefit from it. “Urgent and accessible . . . Its moral force is a gut punch.”





June 8, 10:30-noon

You Sound Like A White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation
by Julissa Arce

This is an important book that challenges the idea of American exceptionalism with equal parts passion, fury, intimacy, and ignored history. Arce celebrates the Mexican American immigrant experience in all its vibrancy and nuance while fearlessly naming the pain inflicted by American racism, ethnocentrism, and xenophobia.