Do It Like a Woman (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
336
Utgivningsdatum
2021-01-07
Utmärkelser
Winner of Nudge Book Life Book of the Year 2016 (UK)
Förlag
Granta Books
Dimensioner
198 x 129 x 20 mm
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240 g
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1
ISBN
9781783787333
Do It Like a Woman (häftad)

Do It Like a Woman

... and Change the World

Häftad Engelska, 2021-01-07
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In the last five years, the feminist movement has seen a radical upswell of energy and activism. We have been inspired by #LeanIn, we have found solidarity in #MeToo. We've pushed one another to be stronger and try harder. Caroline Criado-Perez's landmark book of feminist inspiration introduces us to the pioneers who motivated us to do it like a woman, including a female fighter pilot in Afghanistan; a Chilean revolutionary; the Russian punks who rocked out against Putin; and the Iranian journalist who dared to uncover her hair. This is a brilliant, necessary manifesto for women everywhere.
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Young girls and women everywhere should have a copy as a reminder of how awesome women are -- Bridget Christie * Guardian Books of the Year * A must-read, put it on the curriculum * Sunday Independent * A brave, heartfelt and necessary book * Sunday Times * [An] inspiration * Elle * Need inspiring? Do It Like A Woman brings together stories of kick-ass women from around the world who have shown great heroism and bravery. It's rousing and immensely readable * Good Housekeeping * [An] immersive piece of investigative journalism... The pleasure of Do It Like A Woman is that it's about other women - their campaigns, their political interventions, their stories. In a world overstuffed with tedious me-myself-and-I-as-hero-of-my-own-narrative books, Criado Perez has had the good sense to deliver an overview that grasps the essential impetus of feminism - as collective, connective action by a diversity of women whose voices are as brave and informed as Criado Perez's. Criado Perez shares some of the clarity and in insight of the young [Shulamith] Firestone -- Rachel Holmes * New Statesman * Eloquent and powerful... essential * Irish Independent * Compelling... a book full of fascinating stories and facts * Prospect * Well researched and packs a punch -- Lesley McDowell * Sunday Herald * Striking... It is refreshing to read a feminist work informed by lives far removed from that of the author. There's no doubt that she has researched widely. Like any woman who is vocal in the public sphere, Criado Perez has been obsessively threatened. She doesn't dwell on the experience, instead using her platform to shed light on the lives of others. There is bravery in that, too' -- Sophie Elmhirst * Guardian * If all the campaigning rhetoric has left you cold, you can relight the radical fire in your soul with this blisteringly essential manifesto. Eminently readable and deeply inspiring -- Caroline Sanderson 'Editor's Choice' * Bookseller * Is a collection such as Caroline Criado Perez's Do It Like a Woman needed? Sadly, yes - the amount of abuse the author has received online for her feminist beliefs is testament to that -- Rachael Pells * Independent * A powerful and inspiring read * Manchester Evening News * Like Sheryl Sandberg's feminist handbook Lean In, but without the corporate focus, it's an inspiring read, celebrating game-changers across the globe * Scotsman * The big message: change the world * Diva Magazine * The book honours other women who are paving the way in their chosen fields - and doing it like women * Ham & High * The women featured are varied... Their stories come alive through minutiae. Criado Perez allows her interviewees to speak at length and for the most part their stories are told in their own words... It is refreshing to read a feminist work informed by lives far removed from that of the author' -- Sophie Elmhirst * Guardian * The outspoken activist and campaigner, Caroline Criado Perez reveals the stories of women's lives all around the world... These women are proving to the world and themselves that a single step can bring powerful change * Community Book of the Year, Nudge Books *

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Caroline Criado Perez is an award-winning and bestselling writer, campaigner and consultant. She won the Liberty Human Rights Campaigner of the Year Award 2013 and in 2015 she was named an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Her first book, Do It Like A Woman was published by Portobello Books in May 2015. Her second book, Invisible Women (Chatto & Windus, 2019) was named a book of the decade by the Sunday Times.