Need a break? Need a book?

It’s that time of the semester for college students…we only have a few weeks left of classes!  There are a multitude of ways to celebrate, but (arguably) one of the best is reading for fun. When classes are in session, it can be difficult to find time to really enjoy reading, and as awesome as reading about theory and practice is (it is, right?), sometimes you just need something else.

If that’s the case, we’ve got you covered.

15 Feminist Books to Read in 2015 to Help You Stay Passionate All Year!

This list is brought to you courtesy of Bustle and features some great reads. As the author of the list says,

“For 2015, I picked out 15 books that each give a vibrant take on feminism. That’s the 360-degree view of feminism — not just for the academic or the political or the reluctant ones. The stuff that’s in these pages is what’s going to keep the conversations lively, and keep feminism at the forefront of everyone’s minds in the year to come.”

Pick up something new, stay engaged, and keep the conversation flowing!

“Pick up something new, stay engaged, and keep conversation flowing!” Tweet this Quote!

We’d love to hear your thoughts. Have you read any of these books? Did you like them?  Do you have recommendations?

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