CLiF’s virtual Book Club for Grown-ups series continues! In Book Club, CLiF’s award-winning presenters share their work and answer your questions. You can find the full October discussion with author Sarah Stewart Taylor of The Mountains Wild here (skip the first 10 mins, which is just chatting and set-up).

In November, we’ll be talking poetry with spoken word poet Rajnii Eddins, author of the poetry collection, Their Names Are Mine. According to his website, “Their Names Are Mine aims to confront white supremacy while emphasizing the need to affirm our mutual humanity.” Learn more about Rajnii and find his book here. You can participate whether you’ve read the book or not, though we do encourage you to check out Rajnii’s poems/performances beforehand and come with questions.

Join us on via Zoom Thursday, November 19, at 7:00 p.m. EST for an evening of poetry with Rajnii.

Rajnii will share his poetry and offer an opportunity to share your own work based on prompts he will provide. Rajnii has worked with folks of all ages to share their stories and examine systems of inequity through original poetry.

Sign up here. You don’t want to miss this!

2 responses to “CLiF’s Book Club for Grown-Ups: Poet Rajnii Eddins

  1. Hoping you will have a book and discussion in December too. Thanks for any information about that plan or for January.

    1. Hi, Jane, Thanks for your interest. We’ll be taking December off but the series will return in January. Stay tuned. Happy Holidays!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CLiF has served over 350,000 children since 1998.

Subscribe to our Blog