Soraya Nadia Mcdonald's Top Book Recommendations

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Believe Me

How Trusting Women Can Change the World

A powerful anthology of the most well-known feminist voices answering the question: What if we believed women? And making the case that doing so is the key to advancing the modern feminist moment
From the leading feminist editors of formative anthology Yes Means Yes, Believe Me brings readers into the current landscape of the anti-sexual violence movement—and outlines how believing women is the critical foundation for future progress.
Essays include Jessica Valenti writing about how a woman's word has never been enough in our country, giving context to...
Recommended by Soraya Nadia Mcdonald, and 1 others.

Soraya Nadia McdonaldFor those of you who would like to spend money on a great book that is EXTREMELY well-researched and has dope things to say, might I suggest #BELIEVEME? (Source)

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A disturbing exposé of how today's alt-right men's groups use ancient sources to promote a new brand of toxic masculinity online.

A virulent strain of antifeminism is thriving online that treats women's empowerment as a mortal threat to men and to the integrity of Western civilization. Its proponents cite ancient Greek and Latin texts to support their claims--arguing that they articulate a model of masculinity that sustained generations but is now under siege.

Donna Zuckerberg dives deep into the virtual communities of the far right, where men lament their loss of...
Recommended by Soraya Nadia Mcdonald, Sarah Bond, and 2 others.

Soraya Nadia Mcdonald@ztsamudzi @Seka_hako Yes! It's why Donna Zuckerberg's book is on this list! (Source)

Sarah BondNo one writes a book review like the splendid Prof. @emuehlbe and this one is a must read review of Prof. @donnazuck ‘s @Harvard_Press book ‘Not All Dead White Men’: (Source)

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