The Workers’ History Book Club meets once a month at the Steelworkers Hall Lounge. We pick a book that relates to workers in Toronto, either fiction or non-fiction. Our discussion include the larger context in which the book was written, how it relates to our current understandings of work and Toronto as a city, and how we could use alternate forms of history (storytelling, novels, plays) to keep workers’ history alive.
We are currently reading Consolation by Michael Redhill.
All are welcome to join us at our next meeting on April 13 at 7 pm.
(Read a review of Consolation from Goodreads)
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