Decolonizing Solidarity | Dilemmas and Directions for Supporters of Indigenous Struggles - Clare Land

Book club

The Decolonizing Solidarity Book Club is an online and face-to-face book club for people anywhere who want to process the book’s insights and discuss how they could be put into practice. Organised by Holly Hammond (Director of Plan to Win, a social movement learning organisation), Pru Gell (facilitator, mediator, educator), Clare Land, and a number of local book groups and organisers in a variety of locations.

The book club works by people self-organising into groups that meet face-to-face or via platforms like Skype or Zoom. You can organise your own group, or look out for an existing group via the list of book groups (above) or via the Decolonizing Solidarity Book Club Facebook group.

Most groups meet once a month for 6 months. We have created 6 sets of discussion questions and 6 session plans as a guide for you. Importantly, we’ve produced Suggested Group Guidelines to keep your group discussions on track.

Please sign up below to get on the low-traffic mailing list and receive instructions about participating. To get the full Resource Pack with a view to organising your own Book Club please click through to enter some details and download a copy of the Decolonizing Solidarity Book Club Resource Pack.