COFEM Books & More E.2: Women’s Herstories

In February, we lauched our #COFEMBooksNMore, a monthly recommendation series to share books and more around feminism and women’s stories that COFEM members are currently reading or have read in the past that shape their thoughts, practice, and activism around gender equality and social justice.

In honor of Women’s Herstory Month, March’s focus is Celebrating Women’s Herstories. Here are the books, podcasts, shows ‘n more COFEMinists shared:

When They Call You a Terrorist by Patricia Khan-Cullors

Free Food for Millionaires – Min Jin Lee

Men Explain Things to Me – Rebecca Solnit

In Other Words – Jhumpa Lahiri

Beyond Survival – Edited by Ejeris Dixon, Leah Lakshmi, Piepzna-Samarasinhav

Other Recommendations:

Becoming – Michelle Obama | Brit(ISH) – Afua Hirsch | Girl, Women, Other – Bernardine Evaristo | Zami – Audre Lorde | Pachinko – Min Jin Lee | Recollections of My Nonexistence – Rebecca Solnit