You Are Invited

Join the Phi Theta Kappa club to discuss "So You Want to Talk About Race" by Ijeoma Oluo with the Associate Director of Libraries Andrew Beman-Cavallaro, MLS in this six-part series of book club styled discussions.

PHSC students who would like a copy of the book can email Jessica White at

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About the Author

Ijeoma Oluo is a Nigerian-American writer,  author of So You Want to Talk About Race. Oluo and has written for The Guardian, Jezebel, The Stranger, Medium, and The Establishment, where she was also an editor-at-large.

Her writing covers racism, misogynoir, intersectionality, online harassment, the Black Lives Matter movement, economics, parenting, feminism, and social justice. She gained prominence for articles critiquing race and the invisibility of women's voices, like her April 2017 interview with Rachel Dolezal, published in The Stranger.

Born in Denton, Texas, and based in Seattle, Washington, in 2015, Oluo was named one of the most influential people in Seattle, and in 2018, she was named one of the 50 most influential women in Seattle.

Oluo received her BA in political science from Western Washington University.