26
Oct
Informed Inclusion Book Club: An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States
October
26
Tuesday

Event Information

Date & Time

Tue, Oct 26th, 2021
5:00pm - 6:30pm (EST)

Location

Virtual at 4:00PM CT/5:00PM ET - connection details sent upon registration

Status

XPX Registration Closed

Price

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Cheryl Centeno of XPX Global is a member of XPX
Cheryl Centeno
XPX Global
Erica Dumpel
CZAJKOWSKI DUMPEL & ASSOCIATES -INC.
John (J.D.) Heiden
Expense Reduction Analysts
Jeff Hornstein of The Hornstein Law Office, P.C. is a member of XPX Chicago
Jeff Hornstein
The Hornstein Law Office, P.C.
Laura Liss of Liss & Lamar, P.C. | FranLaw is a member of XPX Chicago
Laura Liss
Liss & Lamar, P.C. | FranLaw
John Ray of Business RadioX® is a member of XPX Atlanta
John Ray
Business RadioX®
James Rosenblatt of Rosenblatt Law Firm is a member of XPX San Antonio
James D. Rosenblatt
Rosenblatt Law Firm
John Simonetta of Simonetta Consulting is a member of XPX Greater Boston
John P Simonetta
Simonetta Consulting
Roxann Smithers of Smithers + Ume-Nwagbo, LLC is a member of XPX Atlanta
Roxann S Smithers
Smithers + Ume-Nwagbo, LLC
John Weber of Water Street Advisors is a member of XPX Chicago
John B Weber
Sage Intermediaries LLC


We’ll turn our discussions for the first time to American indigenous peoples. This book tells us our shared history their point of view.  The book was the 2015 recipient of the American Book Award. From the publisher’s website

Today in the United States, there are more than five hundred federally recognized Indigenous nations comprising nearly three million people, descendants of the fifteen million Native people who once inhabited this land….Spanning more than four hundred years, this classic bottom-up peoples’ history radically reframes US history and explodes the silences that have haunted our national narrative.

Hope to see you there!

The Book Club leaders  are Laura Liss and John Weber from XPX’s Chicago chapter. More Book Club leaders, especially those who self-identify as diverse, are strongly encouraged to email Laura Liss if they have an interest in getting involved (laura@lisslamar.com) or you may volunteer live during the Zoom meeting. Please also contact Laura Liss with any other questions about the Book Club.

Can’t make this meeting? Be sure to sign up for the Informed Inclusion email list in your profile so you get future notices about Book Club meetings.  Our intention is to hold these meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month.

View the full list of books we’ll be reading in future meetings:

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