Here’s some of the International Women’s Day coverage I’ve been reading on the Internet this week:
-Hello Giggles provided a helpful guide on How to Argue for Women’s Rights Because, in 2018, We’re Still Arguing
-Over at The Cut, Rebecca Traister shines a spotlight on 10 Women Running for Political Office to Watch in 2018
-Shondaland reminds us How to Support Women on International Women’s Day; but really this advice is great for any day of the year.
-The New York Times unveiled a new series titled Overlooked, which will feature the obituaries of extraordinary women that were not previously published in the male dominated obituaries section. This first installment of the series features 15 remarkable women including: Charlotte Brontë, Ida B. Wells, Ada Lovelace, Sylvia Plath, and Henrietta Lacks.
–Barbie announced a new collection of dolls based on 15 Inspirational and Iconic Women (via. Quartzy).
-The Pool questions: Has Feminism Gone Too Far? (No), Is This a Stupid Question? (Yes)
-The Baileys 2018 Women’s Prize for Fiction Longlist is here! (via BookRiot)
-The Cut explores A Brief, Convoluted History of the Word ‘Intersectionality’
-LitHub has compiled fantastic reading lists over the past three years of International Women’s Days, including: 7 Activists of Color You Should Read The IWD, 11 Essential Women to Read for IWD (and Beyond), and 33 Life-Changing Books in Honor of IWD.
-TeenVogue explores The History of IWD’s Black Feminist and Socialist Roots.
Was there an IWD link you loved this week? What have you been reading on the Internet lately?