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Breaking the Silence: New Feminist Reads

With movements like Time’s Up, #MeToo, and the Women’s March making waves, the discrimination, violence, and other issues that women face are featuring more and more prominently in our current culture. For their part, female authors have been delving deeper into the most pressing questions concerning women today. These recent publications all seek to break through the silences surrounding these questions. Continue reading Breaking the Silence: New Feminist Reads

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Rosie the riveter photo“When women and girls are empowered to participate fully in society, everyone benefits.” -Melinda Gates

There are so many ways to celebrate Women’s History Month; read books and articles, watch videos, and even listen to books as we multitask our way though our days of work, both inside and outside the home. Continue reading Celebrating Women’s History Month