Here is a list of previous titles we’ve used for 1PCO Bookclub. If you would like to request a copy, please contact us at email@example.com. We retain 2 or three copies of each.
A Woman’s Crusade: Alice Paul and the Battle for the Ballot
Walton reveals a tireless activist who managed to reconcile her Quaker upbringing of passive resistance with the more violent protest methods advocated by British suffragists. n 1910, she returned to the US to complete her doctoral degree and soon began building forces to fight for voting rights.Walton nicely describes the activists’ various strategies in the nation’s capital and beyond.
~ Choice Review
The New Jim Crow
Though they sense these stories are spreading confusion, Americans express a fair amount of confidence in their own ability to detect fake news, with about four-in-ten (39%) feeling very confident that they can recognize news that is fabricated and another 45% feeling somewhat confident. Overall, about a third (32%) of Americans say they often see political news stories online that are made up. While it is difficult to measure the precise extent to which people actually see news that has been completely fabricated – given that news consumers could see but not recognize made-up news stories as well as mistake factual stories for false ones — these figures provide a high-level sense of the public’s perception of this kind of content
Made For Goodness & Why This Matters
Desmond Tutu & Mpho Tutu
The book is founded on the broad notion that we are created with the freedom to choose good or evil, but also incline fundamentally to the good. Abstract theology or spirituality has never been Archbishop Tutu’s way; accordingly, this book flows effortlessly through narratives that illustrate Tutu’s unquenchable hope. A crucially important book from the former Archbishop and Nobel Peace Prize winner, writing with his daughter, also an Episcopal Priest; a witness to our tumultuous times..
~ Library Journal
When Bad Things Happen to Good People
When Harold Kushner’s three-year-old son was diagnosed with a degenerative disease that meant the boy would only live until his early teens, he was faced with one of life’s most difficult questions: Why, God? Years later, Rabbi Kushner wrote this straightforward, elegant contemplation of the doubts and fears that arise when tragedy strikes. In these pages, Kushner shares his wisdom as a rabbi, a parent, a reader, and a human being. Often imitated but never superseded, When Bad Things Happen to Good People is a classic that offers clear thinking and consolation in times of sorrow.
~ Barnes & Noble.