In this powerful episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we amplify important voices and dive into two compelling segments that will captivate and educate. Audiobooks for Pride! Segment starts at 00:00:22If you want to celebrate Pride and National Audiobook Month through your reading this month, Sally’s got recs for you! Offering a range of […]
Check out Aiden Yang’s book, The Spineless Porcupine, which is a beautiful story about friendship, inclusion and being yourself.
The weekend of July 17 and 18, Feminist Book Club had the incredible opportunity to celebrate the queer community at Twin Cities Pride. This year marks the first time that Feminist Book Club has had a booth at the festival and over 170,000 people were estimated to be in attendance at Loring Park in Minneapolis.
June is here and as a great deal of Pride events will be held virtually this year, and there are many opportunities to celebrate the Queer community. Feminist Book Club has a wealth of podcast episodes and blog posts dedicated specifically to gender identity and amplifying the work of transgender people everywhere. For example, Natalia
“But above all else, I hope Felix can do for even just one reader what Adam did for me: that a reader picks up Felix Ever After and learns more about themselves and their identity, and that becoming who they truly are is a possibility” -Kacen Callender When I am writing this review it is early
Feminist Book Club blog contributors are working together to create posts as an “Educate & Activate” series. We will define a term or movement, provide historical context, and give you additional resources to learn more. We believe that an educated populace can be better activists, accomplices and co-conspirators. It is important to note that these