2018 Ethical Activist Book Club

Last year I started my Ethical Activist Book Club, a bimonthly chance to discuss important books that grow our expertise as activists. Every two months I post a review of the book selected for that period. There are so many important books worth reading, and book clubs are a really valuable way to create community and encourage discussion.

I would love you to read along and join the discussion by leaving comments below and on each of the book reviews when they are published. This year I have also created a closed Facebook group as another place that we can share our thoughts and insights as we are reading the books. You can join this facebook group here. It will also be a lovely way to connect with fellow activists from around the globe.

So without further ado, here is the reading list for 2018:

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February/March: To Die For: Is fashion wearing out the world?* by Lucy Siegle

April/May: On Extinction: How we became estranged from nature* by Melanie Challenger

June/July: The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible* by Charles Eisenstein

August/September: How Change Happens* by Duncan Green

October/November: Stuffed and Starved* by Raj Patel

I would love to have you reading along and joining in the discussion. If you are interested in writing a review for one of these books, do let me know. I’d love to highlight other perspectives on the reading, beyond my own.

Let me know if you will be joining in by leaving a comment below, and come join our facebook group too. I hope to see you there!