We are always looking to create opportunities to facilitate dialogue. What better way than with a book?
Each month C2O Book Club will traverse a work of non-fiction and open it up for discussion IRL (In Real Life) and on twitter.
We’ll update this page each month on this page with the book we are reading.
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Privilege, Power, and Difference
by Allan G Johnson
Using personal narrative, and an accessible, conversational style Johnson breaks down the privileges of race, gender, and physical disability status to highlight its impact and our relationship to it.
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PREVIOUS BOOKS WE’VE READ
Headscarves And Hymens: Why The Middle East Needs A Sexual Revolution
by Mona Eltahawy
Happiness: A Philosopher’s Guide
by Frederic Lenoir
How To Create A Mind: The Secret Of Human Thought Revealed
by Ray Kurzweil
Imagine: How Creativity Works
by Jonah Leher
On Desire: Why We Want What We Want
by William Irvine
The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control
by Walter Mischel
The Obstacle Is The Way: The Timeless Art Of Turning Trials Into Triumph
by Ryan Holiday
Relativity: The Special And General Theory
by Albert Einstein
Here Comes Everybody: The Power Of Organizing Without Organizations
by Clay Shirky
No Contest: The Case Against Competition
by Alfie Kohn
Operating Manual For Spaceship Earth
by Buckminster Fuller
Cities Are Good For You
by Leo Hollis
The Genius Of The Metropolis
The Language Of Things
By Deyan Sudjic
Understanding The World Of Desirable Objects
Be brave! We suggest choosing the book that is the furthest departure from the beliefs you currently hold.
The Experience of God
David Bentley Hart used a multi-theistic approach to prove the existence of God.
The Happy Atheist
PZ Myers wields science and reason as vehicle to reveal the belief in a supernatural power as false.
Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness
By Richard H Thaler and Cass R. Sustein
Behavioral economics applied to every day life choices.
How To Be A Woman
by Caitlin Moran
Personal story of sex, love, marriage, pregnancy, and everything it is to be a woman in a modern world.
Teach Us To Sit Still (A Skeptic’s Search for Health and Healing)
by Tim Parks.
Writer’s journey to healing breath work ease chronic pain, where traditional medicine has failed.