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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
Law, Gender, and Injustice Joan Hoff 02/09/2021
Intercourse Andrea Dworkin 02/09/2021
The Industrial Vagina Sheila Jeffreys 02/09/2021
In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens Alice Walker 02/09/2021
I'm Afraid of Men Vivek Shraya 02/09/2021
How We Get Free Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor 02/09/2021
Hood Feminism Mikki Kendall 02/09/2021
The Hello Girls Elizabeth Cobbs 02/09/2021
Gyn/Ecology Mary Daly 02/09/2021
The Good Girls Revolt Lynn Povich 02/09/2021
Good and Mad Rebecca Traister 02/09/2021
Girls to the Front Sara Marcus 02/09/2021
Gilded Suffragists Johanna Neuman 02/09/2021
Gender, Development and Globalization Lourdes Beneria 02/09/2021
Gender Trouble Judith Butler 02/09/2021
Funk the Erotic L. H. Stallings 02/09/2021
The Feminist Promise Christine Stansell 02/09/2021
Feminism Unfinished Dorothy Sue Cobble and Linda Gordon and Astrid Henry 02/09/2021
Feminism for the 99% Nancy Fraser and Cinzia Arruzza and Tithi Bhattacharya 02/09/2021
The Feminine Mystique (50th Anniversary Edition) Anna Quindlen and Betty Friedan and Gail Collins 02/09/2021
Fairest Meredith Talusan 02/09/2021
Everyday Sexism Laura Bates 02/09/2021
Eloquent Rage Brittney Cooper 02/09/2021
Ecological Borderlands Christina Holmes 02/09/2021
Ecofeminist Natures Noel Sturgeon 02/09/2021

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