We believe that each of Greenville County’s more than 77,000 students deserves an equal opportunity to succeed, and we are committed to examining the ways we can – and must – do better to address systemic racism in education. The Greenville Community Read is a step in that direction, and we humbly invite you to join us as we read and discuss Dr. Beverly D. Tatum’s “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?”
PEP will provide a copy of Dr. Tatum’s book to the first 100 Greenville County Schools employees that register! We have space for 220 people in total. We will meet virtually on Mondays from 7–8p from July 13th through August 10th. On the final week, Dr. Beverly Tatum will join us for a final discussion on racial equity and education!
**UPDATE** We reached capacity within seven hours of opening registration! If you are on the waitlist, we will contact you if we add additional capacity or as individual spots open up. Thank you to everyone who’s registered and shared – we are so excited to read and learn with you!