Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Library Resources for International Women's Day

March 8th is International Women’s DayThis day is a time to celebrate on the progress made to further women's rights and also a call to push for change in countries and communities where gender inequality persists.

The F-Word: Who Wants to Be a Feminist?

Feminism. Does the word have any meaning today? Has it become tainted with connotations that alienate some women. Or is it simply irrelevant in the 21st century? Today in North America, women make up half the work force and more than half of all university students. But according to the UN, they own only 1% of the world’s wealth despite comprising 53% of the population. Visit the Curio.ca database to learn more.

Women, Contemporary Aboriginal Issues, and Resistance:

Women, Contemporary Aboriginal Issues, and Resistance helps strip away the fears and stigmas that keep people from speaking openly about Aboriginal issues. We hope to create a better understanding of each other and ourselves. Learn more.

Selected Print Books, eJournals & eBooks: