When & Where: Mon • Mondays, Feb 28 - Apr 4, 2021 • 7 - 9 pm • Hybrid: BFLC 2A/virtual option, as well
Led by: Drs. Dan Flanagan and Scot Bontrager
Mondays, Feb 28 - Apr 4, 2022
7 - 9 pm
BFLC, room 2A (hybrid - there will be a virtual option)
Led by Drs. Dan Flanagan and Scot Bontrager
Isabel Wilderson’s book "Caste" explores the hidden and deeply embedded social structure in America, which she calls a caste system. She looks at similar systems in other cultures and other times and uses her observations to analyze the American social structure. She identifies ways in which our repressive caste system is experienced every day, and then offers hope for our future.
Drs. Bontrager and Flanagan will use Wilkerson’s book as a lense to examine our American life, asking questions about how we experience social structure in America, our view of the impact on such a structure on the moral fiber of our nation and on us individually. It will be a valuable six-week study that may change the way we live our lives, or at least the way we understand our culture.
There is no fee and all are welcome. It is recommended that participants purchase the book prior to the first session.
REGISTER ONLINE Feb 27, 2022