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Interview with Zinzi Clemmons

Zinzi Clemmons’ debut novel What We Lose is a mesmerising journey through loss and grief that unravels identity and the struggles that face post-Apartheid South Africa. The language is spare and haunting, as the reader uncovers fragments of drawings and

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Permanent collection point for Bloody Good Period

  The Feminist Library is now hosting a permanent collection point for Bloody Good Period. Next time you are visiting the library, remember to take a box of tampons or pads to donate to Bloody Good Period! Bloody Good Period

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From Silence with Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning

From Silence with Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning On 29th June we took part in a collaboration with artists and musicians from the Guildhall Barbican to create an event, ‘From Silence’,  in the Tate Exchange. This explored different forms of sound-making as

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Our new digital exhibition

Our new digital exhibition  We have partnered up with Google Arts & Culture to co-produce a beautiful digital exhibit – the Road to Equality – looking at the history of the feminist movement. It was launched on 11thJune – Millicent

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Join our new Outreach Team

Join our new Outreach Team We’re very excited to report that we are currently in the process of setting up our new outreach team. The team will be focusing on our new educational outreach programme – designing a feminist education

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Big Thanks to Rowman &Littlefield International

Big Thanks to Rowman &Littlefield International We’d like to say a massive thank you to  Rowman & Littlefield International who have awarded us a bursary to receive a complimentary delegate place for the CILIP Conference 2018. http://cilipconference.org.uk/ The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals

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New Acquisitions List – June 2018

Some Recent Acquisitions Laura Bates, Everyday sexism (Simon & Schuster) Liza Featherstone (ed.), False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton            (Verso) Elizabeth Crawford, Art and Suffrage (Francis Boutle) Laura Bates, Misogynation (Simon &

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Feminism & Tech Reading List

At our last Feminism & Tech day, we discussed a lot of interesting texts and films. Hope you enjoyed the discussion as much as we did. For those of you who missed it, here’s a short reading/watch list of what

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Help us fundraise – organise a Vagina Day!

Help us fundraise – organise a Vagina Day! Hold a sponsored vagina cupcake making party and support the Feminist Library. Groups around the country are taking part throughout 2018 and beyond. This new fundraising initiative will help keep the Library up and running.

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Library Acquisitions – April 2018

Library Acquisitions – April 2018 The acquisitions team is making good progress with getting new books to expand our collection. We would like to thank donors for their generous donations. We welcome your suggestions for new or recent titles to ask for,

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