Book Club

Three or four times a year, we’ll be selecting books that help build a deeper insight into how we can work together towards equitable growth. Our book club is open to all members of the TechEquity Collaborative. 

Spring 2018

Our next book club read will be The Color of Law, by Richard Rothstein, and we’ll be announcing our next event in January 2018. We recommend picking up the book from your favorite local book store. Check back here for updates or you can join our newsletter or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive regular updates on events, programming, and campaigns. 

Past Book Club Reads

Fall-Winter 2017

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, by Matthew Desmond. Evicted is a gripping depiction of what it’s like to be a low-income renter in America today. Though it’s based in Milwaukee, there are deep lessons for us in the Bay Area as we reckon with an unprecedented housing affordability crisis. It won the Pulitzer Prize and was named one of the ten best books of the year last year by the New York Times.

Read a full recap of this book club event on our blog.