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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
She Had Some Horses Joy Harjo 02/09/2021
Sexual Politics Kate Millett 02/09/2021
Sex Object Jessica Valenti 02/09/2021
The Second Sex Simone De Beauvoir 02/09/2021
SCUM Manifesto Valerie Solanas 02/09/2021
The Sacred Hoop Paula Gunn Allen 02/09/2021
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Jane Sherron de Hart 02/09/2021
Regulating the Lives of Women Mimi Abramovitz 02/09/2021
Redefining Realness Janet Mock 02/09/2021
Reclaiming Our Space Feminista Jones 02/09/2021
Quiet Rumours Emma Goldman and Dark Star Collective and Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Jo Freeman and Voltairine De Cleyre 02/09/2021
A Politically Incorrect Feminist Phyllis Chesler 02/09/2021
Out to Work Alice Kessler-Harris 02/09/2021
Our Mothers’ War Emily Yellin 02/09/2021
Our Bodies, Ourselves Judy Norsigian and Boston Women's Health Book Collective 02/09/2021
Other Powers Barbara Goldsmith 02/09/2021
Of Woman Born Adrienne Rich 02/09/2021
Odd Girls and Twilight Lovers Lillian Faderman 02/09/2021
Native Country of the Heart CherrĂ­e Moraga 02/09/2021
The Myth of Seneca Falls Lisa Tetrault 02/09/2021
My Life on the Road Gloria Steinem 02/09/2021
My Beloved World Sonia Sotomayor 02/09/2021
Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait? Tina Cassidy 02/09/2021
Men Explain Things to Me Rebecca Solnit 02/09/2021
Male Daughters, Female Husbands Ifi Amadiume 02/09/2021

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