Time's Up Reading List

 
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This past Sunday, we were thrilled to see fellow activists lifted up at the Golden Globe Awards, like #MeToo creator and senior director of Girls For Gender Equity Tarana Burke. With the launch of Time's Up, the women of Hollywood have sent a clear message—real and lasting change needs to be enacted on all levels, from the grassroots to the silver screen.

The Feminist Press has been publishing the revolution since 1970 and we have the books you need to read #TimesUp. From a chorus of voices honoring Anita Hill to a teen-generated guidebook on ending sexism and sexual violence, here's where you should start.

 
 
I Still Believe Anita Hill
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I Still Believe Anita Hill
17.56 21.95

Edited by Amy Richards and Cynthia Greenberg 
The nation's most notable feminists, organizers, and scholars reflect on the Clarence Thomas hearings.
 

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Hey, Shorty!
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Hey, Shorty!
11.16 13.95

Girls for Gender Equity, Joanne Smith, Meghan Huppuch, and Mandy Van Deven
A Guide to Combating Sexual Harassment and Violence in Schools and on the Streets
 

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SLUT
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SLUT
15.16 18.95

Katie Cappiello and Meg McInerney
A Play and Guidebook for Combating Sexism and Sexual Violence

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Rape New York
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Rape New York
12.76 15.95

Jana Leo
A true story of sexual violence in a corrupt property market.

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Now That We're Men: The Play
8.76 10.95

Katie Cappiello
A play how sexism and standards of masculinity affects boys on the cusp of adulthood.

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Read #MeToo
50.00

Read #MeToo with I Still Believe Anita Hill, Hey, Shorty!, Now That We're Men, SLUT, and Rape New York.

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