Social Justice Book Discussion with Francisco Cantu

July 10th at Woods Hole Library
Author talk with Francisco Cantu at Woods Hole Library (Courtesy photo)

The second in the series of books being read and discussed by the Social Justice Book Group at the Woods Hole Public Library will be “The Line Becomes a River” by Francisco Cantu.  It addresses the conditions along the Mexican border. Cantu himself grew up along the border where his mother was a park ranger and Mexican immigrant. Francisco served as an agent on the Border Patrol for four years. He is a former Fulbright Fellow and award-winning author.

 The discussion will be held on Wednesday evening, July 10 at 7:30 PM. All are welcome. A number of the books are awaiting borrowers at the Library; anyone with a CLAMS library card may borrow a copy in advance of the meeting.

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