The 2019-2020 Hostos Reads! selection is Angie Thomas’ thought-provoking novel, The Hate U Give. The novel’s themes of inequality, social justice, and self-identity are sure to start discussions in the classroom and the Hostos community.
Pick up a copy or arrange for your class to read the book at the Center for Teaching and Learning (B-418).
The Hate U Give, this year’s Hostos Reads selection, tells the story of a young girl who struggles to find her voice after witnessing her friend’s murder by a police officer. This semester, join us in a series offered in conjunction with the Bronx Defenders to learn how to protect your rights and find your civic voice.
|Thursday, February 20th 2-4 pm, Know Your Rights Workshop Room: B-413||Wednesday, March 25th, 1-3 pm, Leadership Series, US history through a social justice lens Room: B-413|
|Monday, March 16th 3-5 pm, Leadership Series: Government 101 Room: C-559||Thursday, April 23rd, 2-4 pm, Leadership Series, Civic engagement 101 Room: B-413|
For more Info Visit the Hostos Reads website and Libguide for additional resources, information, Community Reading events, and much more. Website: commons. hostos.cuny.edu/hostosreads