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Jane Austen's Hidden Feminism

Posted 6 months ago by Rebecca S

Posted in Fiction, Graphic Novels and Poetry and History and Politics | Tagged with biographies, biography, feminism, feminist, feminists, influence, interpretation, Jane Austen, literary criticism and literature

"Pride and Prejudice," a book that will live in infamy and also appears on the list of 100 Great American Reads, is a lot more feminist than popular culture would have you believe.

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Okay Ladies, Now Let’s Get Information: A Feminist Reading List

Posted about 1 year ago by Katie M

Posted in eBooks and Audiobooks and History and Politics | Tagged with equality, feminism, feminism-humor, feminist, political activists, sexism, social conditions, women, Women's History Month, women's rights and women's studies

In preparation for the upcoming Women’s March on Washington on January 21st, we’re highlighting some must-read books for the modern feminist.

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Strong Women Making An Impact

Posted over 3 years ago by Andy Lechlak

Posted in Business and Investing, eBooks and Audiobooks, History and Politics, Nonfiction and Wellness: Fitness, Health and Spirituality | Tagged with feminist, human rights, leadership, women and women's rights

The world is at a turning point. People everywhere understand and support the idea of gender equality. They know it’s not just a women’s issue, it’s a human rights issue. And when these powerful voices are heard, they will change the world. The time for that change is now.

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