This Book is Feminist: An Intersectional Primer for Next-Gen Changemakers

This Book is Feminist: An Intersectional Primer for Next-Gen Changemakers

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Who has power? Who creates the rules? How do identities intersect?

In this book for all ages and genders, explore the points where gender, race, class, ability, sexuality, and culture meet. Learn from author Jamia Wilson’s lived experience, read the statistics, and gain strength in quotes from feminist firebrands and activists. Along the way, respond to calls to action and form your own views on the ‘F’ word.

What have you been taught about who has power and who makes the rules? Have you ever been lost for words at an old-school family friend’s ‘kind’ but sexist comments? Do you agree with equality and strive for justice, but struggle to take on the name ‘Feminist’? Then read on.

In this new feminist classic, the focus is intersectional from the beginning, not just as an add-on. Using the framework of 'personal is political', Jamia Wilson – former director of the Feminist Press – analyzes her own experiences, before expanding outwards and drawing on stats, quotes, and luminaries to gain strength from.

Expand what feminism means to you, your community, and society by examining these 15 themes: feminism, identity, justice, education, money, power, health, wellness, freedom, relationships, media, safety, activism and movements, innovation, and an interactive exploration of what feminism means to you.

Jamia Wilson is the executive director and publisher of the Feminist Press. An activist and writer, Wilson has contributed to New York MagazineThe New York TimesThe Today Show, CNN, BBC, Teen VogueElle, Refinery 29, Rookie and The Guardian. She is the author of Young Gifted and BlackStep Into Your Power, and Big Ideas for Young Thinkers; a co-author of Road Map for Revolutionaries; and wrote the introduction and oral history to Together We Rise: Behind the Scenes at the Protest Heard Around the World.

The book is illustrated by my favorite artist, Paris-based Aurélia Durand. Her work is dedicated to representing people of color in society, and she uses bold art as a vivid demonstration. "I use vibrant colors and joyful music to spread good vibes to talk about diversity and open a conversation about why it matters to include more color in our society."  Check her out on Instagram; you'll love the bold bright colors and wonderful images.