This March, we are collaborating with the NUS Women's Campaign for Women's History Month 2019. The NUS Women's Campaign work to represent and advocate on behalf of Women Students across Further and Higher Education in the UK.
They are doing amazing work, including improving access, tackling sexual harassment and violence in Further and Higher Education, delivering activist workshops for a Stop and Scrap of Universal Credit, running panel events on Black Women in Academia, and launching an ‘End Detention Now’ resource to help students mobilise against detention centres.
NUS Women's Campaign are also hosting an evening of music, poetry, and conversation on March 15th at SOAS Students' Union, in support of Imkaan. Imkaan are a UK-based, Black feminist organisation, and the only national second-tier women’s organisation dedicated to addressing violence against Black and minoritised women and girls. Tickets are now available on a sliding scale, and purchasable here.
For Women's History Month, they've curated an extensive new reading list, recommending books on a range of feminist topics, from reproductive justice, to the prison-industrial complex, to sex work, disability and gender, food and fatness, indigenous feminism and more! You can access this resource here.
These key feminist Verso titles are 40% OFF throughout the month of March! Use the code womcam to activate the discount. We hope this provides a good start for your feminist education!
Sale ends on Sunday, March 31, 2019 at 11:59pm EST. Please note this is UK ONLY.[book-strip index="1" style="buy"]
From three of the organizers of the International Women’s Strike: a manifesto for when “leaning in” is not enough[book-strip index="2" style="buy"]
A powerful document of theday-to-day realities of Black women in Britain[book-strip index="3" style="buy"]
Groundbreaking examination of the birth, development and impact of Feminist consciousness[book-strip index="4" style="buy"]
A radical Latina perspective on race, liberation, and identity[book-strip index="5" style="buy"]
A founding text of transnational feminism[book-strip index="6" style="buy"]
How the law harms sex workers—and what they want instead[book-strip index="7" style="buy"]
With race and the police once more burning issues, this classic work from one of America’s giants of black radicalism has lost none of its prescience or power[book-strip index="8" style="buy"]
Inside This Place, Not of It reveals some of the most egregious human rights violations within women’s prisons in the United States. Here, in their own words, thirteen narrators recount their lives leading up to incarceration and their harrowing struggle for survival once inside.[book-strip index="9" style="buy"]
A pocket colour manifesto for a new futuristic feminism[book-strip index="10" style="buy"]
An examination of how mainstream feminism has been mobilized in support of racist measures[book-strip index="11" style="buy"]
“An important contribution to debates around sex and work ... deserves to be read.” – Nina Power[book-strip index="12" style="buy"]
“A key figure of the second wave.”– Melissa Benn, The Guardian[book-strip index="13" style="buy"]
Charts the history of women's liberation and calls for a revitalized feminism.[book-strip index="14" style="buy"]
A narrative history of the movement that turned “Orientals” into Asian Americans
All books on this reading list are 40% off until Sunday, March 31 at 11:59pm EST.