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Video The Feminine Mystique 50 Years On
New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Gail Collins speaks with four women about what's left in the fight for gender equality. Great discussion! 32 min. Transcript is below the video. "'The Feminine Mystique' 50 Years On." NYTimes.com Video Collection, 19 Feb. 2013. From database Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints,
Women's Rights Movements
Myths about Feminism (from Berry College)
A fun and instructive webpage that starts with the dictionary definition of "Feminism" and continues with tackling the many myths and stereotypes of feminists. Berry College is an interfaith private college in Georgia with a Women's & Gender Studies program.
Equality Archive - Great source for feminist issues
The homepage is fascinating, but don't stop there! Click on the tabs at the top of the page for the History, Issues and People associated with feminism (including men).
"Equality Archive’s ongoing project is responsively built with Open Source technology and the principles of Fair Use. Each entry is composed by a feminist professor, artist, or activist and originally peer-reviewed by colleagues at the Feminist Press, now peer-reviewed by its own Collective of feminist specialists. This means that the content you find here is fact-checked and reliable. We believe free and open access to knowledge is feminist praxis. Our commitment to this praxis is published in Feminist Media Histories 3:3 (Summer 2017)."
2020 Rise: A Feminist Book Project List
This annotated bibliography highlights books for children from 0-18 years. This resource may be ideal for Education faculty and students.
The Zora Canon
Zora Canon 100 Greatest Books Ever Written by African American Women
This resource spans 160 years of African American women’s literature; it's divided into sections from pre-emancipation to the present, including fiction and nonfiction, novels, plays, anthologies, and poetry collections and ranging in subject matter from the historical to the personal (and sometimes both at once). Taken together, the works don’t just make up a novel canon; they form a revealing mosaic of the Black American experience during the time period. They’re also just great reads.