LEARN / READERS' CORNER /
The Readers’ Corner is the Arthur R. Ashe, Jr. Foreign Policy Library’s book club that focuses on writers from the African World with a special emphasis on books highlighting social justice issues. The purpose of The Readers’ Corner is to provide a forum for its members to discuss and gain a better understanding of issues facing the African World.
The Readers’ Corner meets on the first Sunday of every other month from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. The temporary location of the Readers' Corner can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. The book selection each month of the Readers’ Corner focuses on a different region — Africa, the Caribbean and the Americas (North, Central & South).
If you have questions or are interested in joining The Readers’ Corner, send an email to email@example.com (please include your name, your email address and your phone number), or call 202.223.1960 Ext. 137.
Recent previous Readers’ Corner Selections include July 10, 2011—The Education of a British-Protected Child, by Chinua Achebe; May 1 and June 19, 2011— Capitalism and Slavery; February 13 and March 6, 2011—The Uses of Haiti, by Paul Farmer; and December 5, 2010—Motorcycle Diaries: Notes on a Latin American Journey, by Ernesto Che Guevara.