The weekend is almost here and we cannot leave you without our recommendations. And then we are ready to enjoy the sunny weather!
A stunning book by the poet and essayist Jane Satterfield. Daughters of Empire: A memoir of a year in Britain and beyond speaks with passion about the relationship between mother and daughter, past and present, literary and inspiration (via Feminist Review)
The Girls From Ames: A Story of Women and a Forty Year Friendship shows how a male writer, in this case Jeffrey Zaslow, can approached the topic of female friendship in such an incredible way. He speaks as a journalist, sociologist and at the same time as a father of three daughters. (via Feminist Review),
There are always “click moments” in our lives, moments when we understand that things change or they are different from what we thought. In the book Click by Courtney Martin and J. Sullivan, 30 feminists women under 40 share with us their own epiphanies about feminism and the reality of the world (via Salon).
Boston for the 4th of July? It sounds amazing! Book your calendar now and go to Boston from July 2 to 4, because the 2010 National NOW Conference is happening that weekend. The conference will include a summit on health and body image issues, which led to this year’s theme, Loving Our Bodies, Changing the World. Famous and fabulous feminists will be there with us.
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