August 2020 Virtual Book Club

The National Association of Social Workers Book Club supports local, independently owned bookstores in NYC and is featuring McNally Jackson for their August Book Club! We are excited to be working together and are offering 10% off the August Club selection, available for purchase below. Members, please use code NASWNYC at checkout during the month of August to order your copy.

The Book Club: The National Association of Social Workers-NYC CARES Virtual Book Club is designed to bring NASW-NYC members together to foster an open and collaborative space where members can engage in meaningful discussions about social justice issues as well as practice and policy issues that affect the profession. For more information, you can visit and any questions can be directed to

The Organization: The National Association of Social Workers is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more than 120,000 members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. Out of 55 overall chapters, the NYC Chapter is one of the largest chapters in the NASW. To find out more about the National Association of Social Workers - NYC Chapter, please visit: 

Our August Book Club selection, available for purchase through McNally Jackson is:

"Finally: an engaging, evidence-based book about how to battle biases, champion diversity and inclusion, and advocate for those who lack power and privilege. Dolly Chugh makes a convincing case that being an ally isn’t about being a good person—it’s about constantly striving to be a better person.”
— Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of
Give and Take, Originals, and Option B with Sheryl Sandberg
“Dolly Chugh helps us identify our ‘platform of privilege’ and guides us on how we can use this and other tools to create positive change. She encourages us to accentuate our strengths and to manage our weaknesses, and forces us to focus on being better and stronger in everything we do.”
— Billie Jean King, social justice pioneer and tennis champion
“Dolly Chugh has written the most important and actionable book on reducing bias that I have read. Using powerful and enduring findings from research on bias, she explains the reasons we fail to be the person we mean to be and provides prescriptions for managing the pitfalls of our humanness. This deeply personal book is a must-read.”
— David Thomas, president of Morehouse College and
author of Leading for Equity and Breaking Through



Please use coupon code for 10% off: NASWNYC

The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias Cover Image
By Dolly Chugh, Laszlo Bock (Foreword by)
ISBN: 9780062692146
Availability: Not On Our Shelves - Available to Order
Published: Harper Business - September 4th, 2018