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Join Us for a Facebook Q&A with the ‘Nasty Women Project’ Creators!

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The Nasty Women Project, a compilation of stories written by regular women from each state across the USA, highlights human rights and the struggles women face today. Join us on our BookTrib Facebook page Monday, June 12, 8-9 p.m. EST to ask questions meet some of the Nasty Women Project creators and participants in this worthwhile project! The recent presidential election caused quite a stir in the American people. Emotions ran high and opinions ran deep causing people to voice their thoughts, fight for their rights and take a stand. When our freedoms are challenged many of us step up to the plate. The Nasty Women Project: Voices from the Resistance, is just that. Following the election, Erin Passons, the…

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The Notorious RBG: We love the new rock star feminist!

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg has done some amazing things. But prior to the current craze that’s sweeping the Internet, putting this woman’s name and rock ‘n roll in the same sentence was usually part of a joke. Oh, ha-ha, a societal and political leader elevated to the Supreme Court, who doesn’t exactly sport the latest fashions, is a what? A rock star? Please. Oh, but she is. The legendary feminism leader, and one of the most critical figures in American history, is heating up the digital space. She’s got it all rolling now; there’s a new biopic starring Natalie Portman, her well-documented role in the gay marriage issue, and that glove. Wait, a glove? This picture showed up in TIME magazine and added fuel to…

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