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Colorful Books

DEI Book Clubs

Our focus is to provide a safe place for learning and education through curiosity and sharing our experiences. 


  • Do you feel like you don't know enough or wonder how you can help or make change as one person? 

Then you are in the right place

  • Is all this learning overwhelming? 

Don't worry you are not alone, we are all here to support each other!

We are all on this journey together

  • Is this doable and is this hard? 

Yes! and we are here to support you


Have hard conversations with your people? It is not easy, and we can make it easier. Join a group of people who want to Do the Work. It is a rolling membership and our free group.  


We are open to new ideas, here to support you we will be your accountability partner while we DO THE WORK!


More about the book: Revelatory and thought-provoking, this highly illustrated, highly informative interactive workbook gives readers a unique, hands-on understanding of systemic racism—and how we can dismantle it.

Packed with activities, games, illustrations, comics, and eye-opening conversation, Do the Work! challenges readers to think critically and act effectively. Try the “Separate but Not Equal” crossword puzzle. Play “Bootstrapping, the Game” to understand the myth of meritocracy. Test your knowledge of racist laws by playing “Jim Crow or Jim Faux?”

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In this book, we will take a deep into Dr. Charisse C. Levchak book, compiled of her research. We will look at Microaggressions and Modern Racism in High Education, the Workplace, Media, Popular Culture, and the importance of Cultural Competence. 

Don't go it alone; come and take a deep dive with a group focused on professional and personal development. 

We understand that occasionally it will be uncomfortable, so we provide a safer, judgment-free space where we give grace, recognize privilege and ask the hard questions. 

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Other Book Clubs


Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts - Communicating Respectfully in a Diverse World

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Subtle Acts of Exclusion

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Inclusive Converastions

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We Can't Talk About That At Work

How to Talk about Race, Religion, Politics and other Polarizing Topics

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Racial Healing Handbook 

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Upcoming Book Clubs


The Three Mothers: How the Mothers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin Shaped a Nation

Yes I am Interested! Register here

Sweet Potato or Pumpkin Pie: Conversations with My White Friends about Race

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An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States

Yes I am Interested! Register here

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