Essential Black feminist books, non-fiction, and comics that are full of Black feminist thought, critiques, storytelling and analysis, including The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson and more.
These 2020 books upholding the Gothic feminist tradition are full of pent-up emotion and psychological tensions.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment by reading some of these 20 books about women's suffrage. Books for all ages are included.
A curated selection of museum exhibitions that explore the visual history of women's suffrage, with further reading on the suffrage movement.
How the anti suffrage movement showed up in literature of the day, and how we can still find this sentiment in some of today's media.
We often hear about women's suffrage in the U.S. and UK, but what about elsewhere? Learn about women's suffrage movements across the globe with these books.
Young adult books featuring girls and women fighting for voting rights and taking hold of one’s own life instead of following what’s written, such as The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee.
Explore the ties between the women's suffrage movement and labor activism through these books about walkouts and disasters and Black women's labor activism.
We're sharing a bunch of really rad poetry from the women's suffrage movement to get you amped up and ready to take on the world.
How are pockets and women's suffrage related? Take a look at pockets in women's fashion as well as literary and historical media about women's pockets.
Deepen your knowledge of the history of women's suffrage in America with these nonfiction books about women striving for equal rights.
A reader on what mainstream literature from non-Muslim voices get wrong when writing Muslim women characters, and how that affects readers.
Can't get enough of Fiona Apple's new album? This reader shares books like FETCH THE BOLT CUTTERS featuring similar themes.
Any time is the right time to read body positive books to the kids in your life, but right now, amid so much shame and fear around bodies, is vital.
THE BLOODY CHAMBER is worth deep analysis. Despite their fantasy elements, Angela Carter’s erotic feminist fairy tales are far from escapist.