Feminist Reading Lists, #1: From National NOW

Welcome to our first post in Indiana NOW’s reading list blog series! 

One of the frequent types of posts you’ll see on our blog are reading lists or book reviews, on feminist works. We believe that reading feminist theory, fiction, memoir, etc. helps all of us to continue cultivating and expanding our feminism.

We hope that you will enjoy these suggestions–tell us in the comments if you have any others!

National NOW’s Back to School Reading List

We’re celebrating back-to-school season with an exciting collection of feminist reads! Now is a great time to brush up on your intersectional feminism by diving into a new book. From classics to new releases, thought-provoking theory to riveting memoir, we’re sure you’ll want to add a few of these to your reading list. 

http://now.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Womens-Day-Booklist-2.pdf

Also check out the following articles from last week on Charlottesville, resisting white supremacy, why the Democrats must be advocates for abortion access, and more:

10 Simple Ways White People Can Step Up to Fight Everyday Racism
Ten Ways to Fight Hate
Of Course Abortion Should Be a Litmus Test for Democrats
YES: The Majority of Teen Girls Now Identify as Feminists
Some of Us Are Brave: Radical Black Care is the Revolution
Who Does Affirmative Action Benefit? White Women Are Some of Its Biggest Opponents