Our 2020 Book List

On Tuesday, December 15, MTN Twin Cities members met via video for our annual book share. As always, this popular MTN event garnered plenty of fascinating titles to expand your reading (and listening) list. This year, as part of MTN’s commitment to exploring the impacts of white supremacy on all aspects of life in the US, books focusing on race and racism are featured, as well as those focused solely on death. Happy reading!

Books (alphabetical by author)

Podcasts

December event: Our Annual Book Share

Mark your calendar!
MTN’s Annual Book Sharing meeting:
Tuesday December 15, 2020, 7-9 pm (central time)

This year, in addition to focusing on family-directed after-death care and green burials, MTN is joining the national conversation about white privilege and systemic racism. Share your favorite book, video, or podcast on death and dying or unlearning racism. Go home with a list for great winter reading, viewing, and listening.

Zoom link: December 15, 2020 7:00 PM
Linda Bergh (MTN) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Materials from January Meeting

Hi, all!

Eli here, thanking you again, on behalf of myself and my co-workshoppers Shannon and Root, for making it out to our “Working Respectfully with Trans and Nonbinary Communities” meeting earlier this month. Attached are the materials from the meeting: a PDF of the slideshow we used, as well as the resource list we mentioned.

And remember: we just barely scratched the surface of what’s out there in the trans and/or nonbinary world. If this topic piques your interest, we encourage you to keep exploring.

Drop me a line if you have questions: eli.effinger.weintraub at gmail dot com