Decolonial Book Club

Friday 22 October 2021

A BIPOC-only book club that centres decolonial thought with books that bring us back to ourselves, inspire hope and speak to our struggle for liberation.


Each month, we will explore the themes from our chosen book and what we’re taking away from the text, weaving our own stories into the mix. You’re welcome to attend even if you haven’t managed to read the book or finish it. For those who aren’t able to read the book, feel free to listen to the audiobook version

November – Pleasure Activism by adrienne maree brown

Upcoming books

December – Notes on Grief by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

January – Loud Black Girls by Edited by Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinenè

February – M(otherhood) by Dr Pragya Agarwal


Marie-Teresa Hanna is a British Egyptian-Sudanese freelancer and writer. She recently completed an MA in Creative Writing at Brunel University London. Marie has previously performed at The Poetry Café and published work on various platforms, including the British Council website for #BritLitBerlin and Dardishi Zine II. She regularly hosts a book club for St John’s Hospice as well as facilitating writing workshops. If you would like to follow her thoughts and ramblings, find her on Twitter @MarieTeresaHan3.

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