Papyr.us Pick: We Should All Be Feminists

Monday, May 23, 2016



For the month of June, Papyr.us is taking a break from fiction by featuring an essay. The book in question is We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, author of Americanah, Purple Hibiscus and Half Of A Yellow Sun. In this contemplative look at what feminism means and look like for a Modern (African) woman, the irrefutably talented Nigerian writer shares her experiences surrounding the often controversial label. 
The essay, which was adapted from a TedEx speech that Chimamanda gave, provides a glimpse into some significant elements that have contributed to her general outlook and arguably to the stories she tells through the medium of fiction.
Assata & I are giving away a copy of the book to one of our Papyr.us members. 
Here's how you can enter to win:
1) Follow the Papyr.us Instagram page ( @papyrusbookclub) 
2)Subscribe to the Youtube Channel (thepapyrusbookclub)
3)Leave a comment under our last YT book review
Good Luck! 

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