Sarah’s Inn’s (Not A Book) Book Club is a monthly virtual gathering to share, discuss, and learn together about a wide range of social justice topics and how they intersect with intimate partner violence. With our busy schedules, it can be difficult for many of us to find the time to participate in traditional book club settings. In place of a book, each month we will ask you to view a short video or article before our meeting - one that will never take more than 30 minutes of your time - that we will use to center our discussion. During our conversation, we will share why we believe the month’s topic connects to domestic violence and our work at Sarah’s Inn.  Grab your lunch and your laptop, invite a friend, and join us for some great content, conversation, and the chance to connect with fellow community members who share a passion for social justice!

(Not A Book) Book Club is a free event held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 12-1 PM. Pre-registration is required.

For Women’s History Month, we will be exploring underrepresented histories too often excluded from narratives of social justice and gender equality, specifically, the rich history of visibility and activism by transgender and gender-fluid folx. We will discuss a TedTalk by Samy Nour Younes; please view this video at the link below before the gathering. We look forward to learning with you!

A short history of trans people's long fight for equality

Registration Link: Register in advance for this meeting to receive the Zoom link in your email: