Here are some resources to challenge your perspectives and encourage you to join in the discussion. All perspectives are welcome and what are listed below are just the tip of the iceberg.
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- Top 10 Feminist Books (The Guardian)
- 15 Books to Spark Your Feminist Awakening (BuzzFeed)
- A Reading List of One’s Own: 10 Essential Feminist Books (The Atlantic)
- Amelia Bloomer Project: Recommended Feminist Literature from Birth to 18: Top 10 List
Websites and Blogs:
- Awesomely Feminist Websites, Blogs and More (Stanford University)
- What is Change From Within? - a forum for sharing ideas on community, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ability, class and much more.
- Women's Global Leadership at Rugers
- Everyday Feminism - intersectional feminism for your every day life
- The Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) - founded in 1987, is dedicated to women's equality, reproductive health, and non-violence. In all spheres, FMF utilizes research and action to empower women economically, socially, and politically.
- Young Feminists Blog
- The Feminist Wire
- The F word - contemporary UK feminism
- National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League - For over thirty years, NARAL has been the political arm of the pro-choice movement and a strong advocate of reproductive freedom and choice. NARAL's mission is to protect and preserve the right to choose while promoting policies and programs that improve women's health and make abortion less necessary. NARAL works to educate Americans and officeholders about reproductive rights and health issues and elect pro-choice candidates at all levels of government.
- National Organization for Women- Together We Can Change the World. Join with Others Who Want to Make a Difference for Women. Ways to support women's rights.
- National Women's History Project- History of the Women's Rights Movement
- Planned Parenthood
- H-Women - a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine, H-Women is free and open to everyone with a mature and abiding interest in the history of women, especially scholars, teachers and librarians.
- Everyday Feminist