From the best-selling author and global feminist icon--an illustrated guided journal containing her most powerful and inspiring quotes, as well as an introductory essay written exclusively for this publication, to help readers discover their own feminist journeys.
What does being a feminist mean to you?
Her award-winning novels, including Half of a Yellow Sun and Americanah; her stirring calls to arms We Should All Be Feminists and Dear Ijeawele; her collaboration with Beyoncé; sharing the stage with Michelle Obama--each of these accomplishments has contributed to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie becoming one of the most iconic feminist figures of our time.
Now, in this beautiful journal, her most inspirational words encourage you to find your own voice, to define what feminism means to you, and to tell your own story. Featuring a series of writing prompts, designed quotes, and important events in the history of feminism, We Should All Be Feminists: Journal promises to give readers the tools to understand feminism, as well as empower them to become better, more confident writers and communicators.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, geboren 1977 in Nigeria, studierte Medizin und Kommunikationswissenschaften, ging 1998 in die USA, bekam mehrere Preise für ihre Kurzgeschichten. "Blauer Hibiskus" war auf der "Shortlist" für den "Orange Fiction Prize 2004".