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This book recommendation list is compiled by WWC staff and volunteers to guide you on what to read during the upcoming holiday if you want to learn and reflect more about feminism and worker’s rights!
Updated on 21 December 2021
Disclaimer: Please note that this is general information and should not be taken as legal advice. Working Women Centre SA doesn’t own the copyrights of the following books.
by Caroline Criado Perez
All about how data excludes women in day-to-day life. pretty dense but easy to understand/read, has a chapter exclusively on work.
by Elizabeth Wynhausen
Stories from an academic who went undercover in a number of ‘low-skilled’ jobs to see what life in that line of work was like.
by Kate Ellis
Former Australian politician Kate Ellis explores the good, the bad and the ugly of life as a woman in Australian politics.
by Koa Beck
About the knotted history of racism within women’s movements and feminist culture, past and present.
by Mikki Kendall
by Brit Bennett, Nicole Dennis-Benn and 15 others
by Margaret Atwood
by Cho Nam-Joo
A novel. The life story of one young woman born at the end of the twentieth century raises questions about endemic misogyny and institutional oppression.
by Rebecca Makkai
A novel following the AIDS crisis in Chicago. Love, community and activism. This story will stay with you for life.