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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
Ain't I a Woman Bell Hooks 02/09/2021
All Bound Up Together Martha S. Jones 02/09/2021
America's Women Gail Collins 02/09/2021
Antigone Rising Helen Morales 02/09/2021
The Argonauts Maggie Nelson 02/09/2021
The Art of Feminism Lucinda Gosling and Amy Tobin and Helena Reckitt and Hilary Robinson and Maria Balshaw 02/09/2021
Backlash Susan Faludi 02/09/2021
Bad Feminist Roxane Gay 02/09/2021
Because of Sex Gillian Thomas 02/09/2021
Becoming Michelle Obama 02/09/2021
Betrayal and Other Acts of Subversion Leslie Bow 02/09/2021
Betraying Big Brother Leta Hong Fincher 02/09/2021
The Birth of Chinese Feminism Rebecca Karl and Dorothy Ko and Lydia Liu 02/09/2021
Black Feminism Reimagined Jennifer C. Nash 02/09/2021
Black Feminist Thought Patricia Hill Collins 02/09/2021
Black on Both Sides C. Riley Snorton 02/09/2021
The Black Woman Toni Cade Bambara and Eleanor W Traylor 02/09/2021
A Black Women's History of the United States Daina Ramey Berry and Kali Nicole Gross 02/09/2021
Borderlands / La Frontera Gloria Anzaldúa and Aída Hurtado and Norma Cantu 02/09/2021
Born Both Hida Viloria 02/09/2021
But Some of Us Are Brave Barbara Smith and Gloria T. Hull and Patricia Bell Scott 02/09/2021
Captive Genders Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith 02/09/2021
Critically Sovereign Joanne Barker 02/09/2021
Crusade for Justice Ida B. Wells 02/09/2021
Delusions of Gender Cordelia Fine 02/09/2021

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