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NYPL's 2020 Essential Reads on Feminism for Adults

Description: This NYPL list includes first-hand accounts and histories of the suffrage movement that chronicle both its successes and its limitations, as well as contemporary essays on how feminism intersects with race, class, education, and LGBTQ+ activism. #adults


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Title Author Date Added Action
My Beloved World Sonia Sotomayor 02/09/2021
Our Bodies, Ourselves Judy Norsigian and Boston Women's Health Book Collective 02/09/2021
Southern Women Sally G. McMillen 02/09/2021
The Women's Suffrage Movement Gloria Steinem and Sally Roesch Wagner 02/09/2021
Women Will Vote Karen Pastorello and Susan Goodier 02/09/2021
Women of Color and the Reproductive Rights Movement Jennifer Nelson 02/09/2021
Women & Power Mary Beard 02/09/2021
The Woman's Hour Elaine Weiss 02/09/2021
China Men Maxine Hong Kingston 02/09/2021
The Woman Warrior Maxine Hong Kingston 02/09/2021
Why They Marched Susan Ware 02/09/2021
Whipping Girl Julia Serano 02/09/2021
When and Where I Enter Paula J. Giddings 02/09/2021
We Should All Be Feminists Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie 02/09/2021
Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments Saidiya Hartman 02/09/2021
War Echoes Ariana E. Vigil 02/09/2021
Want to Start a Revolution? Jeanne Theoharis and Komozi Woodard and Dayo F. Gore 02/09/2021
A Voice from the South Janet Neary and Anna Julia Cooper 02/09/2021
Transgressive Rachel Anne Williams 02/09/2021
This Bridge Called My Back Gloria AnzaldĂșa and CherrĂ­e Moraga 02/09/2021
Thank You for Voting Erin Geiger Smith 02/09/2021
Tendencies Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick 02/09/2021
Suffrage Ellen Carol DuBois 02/09/2021
Spill Alexis Pauline Gumbs 02/09/2021
Everyday Sexism Laura Bates 02/09/2021

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