The Art of Feminism offers a fascinating look at the visuals of women's suffrage in the United States and Britain. But it skimps on how more contemporary feminists have used art to agitate.
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I hope this inspires you to pick up some of these books to while away the dark winter nights and to pick some up as gifts for the readers in your life.
Because LGBTQ teens can face difficulty finding friends in person, many turn to the internet.
The new book is poised to be a vital tool for person-to-person connection and part of the broader work for culture-wide change.
The Academy craves films that thrive on Black characters' emotional labor in pursuit of white friendship. Driving Miss Daisy, The Help ... IJS.
Nancy Pelosi, likely to be elected speaker of the House, has promised to advance the Equality Act, calling it “personal” in remarks in early October.