5 Books on Black Feminism

While feminism seeks the political, economic, personal, and social equality of all sexes and/or genders, it also recognizes that these things are also influenced by parts of ourselves that are not gender. Our level of equal treatment with those around us is also influenced by race, color, sexual orientation, age, disability, ethnicity, caste, class or some... Continue Reading →

FF- International Day to End Violence Against Women

This year's International Day to End Violence Against Women happens to fall on a Friday, so that makes it the perfect Femme Friday topic. These are some books that can help get someone sped up on the history of violence against women. While men do perpetrate violence against each other as well, this day is... Continue Reading →

TTT: Top Ten Herstory books every new feminist should read

This is my first Top Ten Tuesday! I've always been a bit of a history nerd, but as I became comfortable with calling myself a feminist, I realized I didn't know nearly enough about women in history. Or women's accomplishments in general. Or about people who don't identify as women or men. Or that people... Continue Reading →

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