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As the Social & Ecological Justice Commission sat (at their respective computers), socializing before a meeting, each member started sharing what books they had recently read that moved them, or that they recommended others read as well.  Out of this discussion, the idea for a Little Library was formed.

The following books have been suggested by the SEJC (and friends) as good reads related to justice in its many forms.  We encourage you to purchase these books from the UCRD (if available), or from a local independent bookseller.  As time goes on, we anticipate more and more books will be added to this list.

Cultivating Canada
Book of Tresspass
The Other Side of the River

Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity
by  (Editor),  (Editor)

Being Chinese in Canada: The Struggle for Identity, Redress and Belonging
by

The Book of Trespass: Crossing the Lines that Divide Us
by

Hopeful Realism
Overdose
More Harm Than Good

Hopeful Realism in Urban Ministry: Critical Explorations and Constructive Affirmations of Hoping Justice
by Barry K. Morris

Overdose: Heartbreak and Hope in Canada’s Opioid Crisis
by Benjamin Perrin

More Harm Than Good: Drug Policy in Canada
by Susan C. Boyd, Connie I. Carter and Donald MacPherson  

Postcolonial Preaching: Creating a Ripple Effect
by HyeRan Kim-Cragg