A graphic of a woman holding the Equity book. Text reads: Gender Equity Book Club.

Gender Equity Book Club

In celebration of this year’s theme for International Women’s Day, #EmbraceEquity, and Women’s History month, we’ve created a page of resources and discussion questions for folks looking to form a book club around Equity: How to Design Organizations Where Everyone Thrives by Minal Bopaiah.

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re offering a 30% discount off copies of Equity when you order directly from the publisher. Use the code EQUITY2023 to get your discount today!

Note: For organizations or groups ordering more than 100 books, Minal will happily make a guest appearance at one of your book club meetings. Just leave a note through the Contact Us form and have a receipt ready.

Guidelines for a good book club:

Sample of Brevity & Wit's discussion guide for the Gender Book Equity Club
#1 What is the purpose of the book club you’re forming? Is it to gather people with shared experience, have a light-hearted discussion, or make a plan of action? Being clear on your purpose will help make for a better gathering.

#2 Co-create a community agreement to allow for more honest sharing and reflection.

#3 Ask people to commit to reading the book.

#4 Given the passion people can feel for equity, we recommend starting by asking someone to be a timekeeper and everyone can share for 2-3 minutes. People can also pass, but try to let people speak once before an individual speaks for a second or third time. At the same time, don’t force anyone to contribute.

#5 End the book club by asking folks to share what they learned on the Amazon or GoodReads page for Equity