Book Club Unitarian Society of HartfordBuilding CommunityAdult & Family ProgramsBook Club The USH Book Club meets monthly, on the 2nd Thursday, 2:30 – 4:30 pm via Zoom. All adults in the USH community are welcome. Please contact Ginny Allen at fiddlenurse1@gmail (dot) com if you’d like more information or if you want to join. An email with Zoom link will be sent a day or two before the meeting. For more info check the USH-Enews and our Event Calendar. Books chosen for the 2020-2021 are: DECEMBER 10 – Enemy of All Mankind: A True Story of Piracy, Power, and History’s first Global Manhunt – Steven Johnson JANUARY 14 – The Devil’s Due – Bonnie MacBird FEBRUARY 11 – The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness – Emily Anthes MARCH 11 – A Peace to End All Peace: The Fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Creation of the Modern Middle East – David Fromkin APRIL 8 – The Gone Dead – Chanelle Benz MAY 13 – The Way of Gratitude: A New Spirituality for Today – Galen Guengerich JUNE 10 – White Fragility and Racism: Why it is hard for White People to talk About Racism – Robin D’Angelo and Michael Dyson JULY 8 – The Bear – Andrew Krivak The goals of the USH Book Club are: (1) to foster communication and community, as do our other small church groups, and (2) to read fiction and non-fiction that raise issues of interest to Unitarian Universalists (recognizing that any and all issues are generally interesting to UUs!). Format: At the beginning of each session, it has been our custom to share and discuss poetry of interest to a participant. In our discussions we use guidelines for small group meetings as much as possible with the goal being to patiently hear everyone who wishes to share thoughts and to have as many participate as possible.