We are pleased to introduce the Informed Inclusion Book Club as a forum for XPX members and guests who want to grow in their knowledge and understanding and take meaningful steps in combating racism, sexism, and other biases and discrimination through education and self-awareness to achieve greater equity and inclusion in our country, in our firms, and within the XPX business community.
The Informed Inclusion Book Club will have a Kick-Off Meeting on January 19 at 4 PM CT/5 PM ET via Zoom. We will do introductions and pick our first few books with the goal of meeting again to discuss the first book sometime in February.
The book we select for each meeting will guide our discussion, so readers are encouraged to attend. However, if you haven’t read the book, please plan to join us if you are interested in these topics as your perspective will add to the conversation. We’ll take suggestions at the meeting but feel free to suggest a book when you register.
The Book Club leaders presently 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 if you have questions or have an interest in getting involved. You may volunteer live during the Zoom meeting too!
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