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    Head on over to Facebook at 3pm EST today for a live Q & A with Gloria Steinem about her new project with ebook  publisher Open Road Media.   "Reading Our Way to the Revolution" will be a monthly series of blog posts, in which she will recommend books that have been "life-giving" to her. We will be republishing those posts here.   Below, Steinem writes about the importance of books in her life, and introduces the project. Reading our Way to the Revolution: An Introduction In my twenties, I was in love with the movies of Francois Truffaut. Read More
Since 1982, the dedicated people in the literary community have brought awareness to the glorious books that parents and administrators tried to hide from curious youth. Banned Books week is not just about embracing  those elementary school posters of authors and celebrities telling you to “READ” but also about fighting censorship, for the sake of diverse and vital literary content. Read More
Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth is a new documentary that explores the trials and tribulations of one of America’s most acclaimed writers. Walker became the first African-American woman to win the Noble Prize for Literature in 1983 for The Color Purple. In 1985 a film version was made starring Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, and a then unknown Oprah Winfrey. Four years in the making and set to premiere on PBS as part of the Emmy Award–winning  series American Masters is almost 85 percent complete, but needs our help to get through the last stretch. Read More
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