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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

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Land, Liberty, and Loss: a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

Woodstock Library presents a six-week reading and discussion group hosted by educator Martin Haber and focusing on Revolutionary War-era America, especially as that history relates to our immediate area in Ulster County. Participants will read from several texts to prompt reflection on assumptions about the human connectedness between the natural and built environments, and to allow us to reconsider in a holistic sense how the Revolution which resulted in the United States connects to or disrupts indigenous histories, our use of natural resources, political development, and national expansion.

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James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

This series is designed for Woodstock adult readers who are interested in race relations as they’ve shaped American history and continue to impact our present. James Baldwin’s writings provide a nuanced literary viewpoint into this immediately relevant topic, and we anticipate that the discussion will draw parallels between Baldwin’s experiences and concerns and the effects of the ongoing prejudices against Black Americans that still predominate in our culture. The goal of this series is to prompt insightful and frank conversation in our community about racism in America and ways to work against it.

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James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

This series is designed for Woodstock adult readers who are interested in race relations as they’ve shaped American history and continue to impact our present. James Baldwin’s writings provide a nuanced literary viewpoint into this immediately relevant topic, and we anticipate that the discussion will draw parallels between Baldwin’s experiences and concerns and the effects of the ongoing prejudices against Black Americans that still predominate in our culture. The goal of this series is to prompt insightful and frank conversation in our community about racism in America and ways to work against it.

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James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

This series is designed for Woodstock adult readers who are interested in race relations as they’ve shaped American history and continue to impact our present. James Baldwin’s writings provide a nuanced literary viewpoint into this immediately relevant topic, and we anticipate that the discussion will draw parallels between Baldwin’s experiences and concerns and the effects of the ongoing prejudices against Black Americans that still predominate in our culture. The goal of this series is to prompt insightful and frank conversation in our community about racism in America and ways to work against it.

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James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

This series is designed for Woodstock adult readers who are interested in race relations as they’ve shaped American history and continue to impact our present. James Baldwin’s writings provide a nuanced literary viewpoint into this immediately relevant topic, and we anticipate that the discussion will draw parallels between Baldwin’s experiences and concerns and the effects of the ongoing prejudices against Black Americans that still predominate in our culture. The goal of this series is to prompt insightful and frank conversation in our community about racism in America and ways to work against it.

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James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

This series is designed for Woodstock adult readers who are interested in race relations as they’ve shaped American history and continue to impact our present. James Baldwin’s writings provide a nuanced literary viewpoint into this immediately relevant topic, and we anticipate that the discussion will draw parallels between Baldwin’s experiences and concerns and the effects of the ongoing prejudices against Black Americans that still predominate in our culture. The goal of this series is to prompt insightful and frank conversation in our community about racism in America and ways to work against it.

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James Baldwin’s America, a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

Woodstock Public Library 5 Library Lane, Woodstock, NY

This series is designed for Woodstock adult readers who are interested in race relations as they’ve shaped American history and continue to impact our present. James Baldwin’s writings provide a nuanced literary viewpoint into this immediately relevant topic, and we anticipate that the discussion will draw parallels between Baldwin’s experiences and concerns and the effects of the ongoing prejudices against Black Americans that still predominate in our culture. The goal of this series is to prompt insightful and frank conversation in our community about racism in America and ways to work against it.