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BlazinHoney
Small Great Things | Jodi Picoult
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Riveting. I really enjoyed this audiobook 👍🏽 #important

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crhealey
Refugee | Alan Gratz
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This book wrecked me. 😢#middlegrade #important

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SomedayAlmost
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As a companion to recent books depicting trans-racial adoption simplistically, I highly recommend this documentary available on iTunes & Amazon Prime. Moving & complex. Get tissues. It‘s about international adoption, but some issues overlap. #mustsee #important #strongyoungwomen

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Megnogged
What We Saw | Aaron Hartzler
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This book feels...#important.
Trigger Warning: Rape/Sexual Assault of a Minor.
What We Saw poses significant themes like what it means to consent, and more importantly that being unable to consent is different than consenting. This story explores topics of slut-shaming, victim blaming, and the mob mentality of staying quiet although you know something is inherently wrong for fear of social outcasting and how your peers will judge you.#bookreview

BookishMarginalia I really liked it, but it was a tough one 3y
Megnogged @BookishMarginalia It really was. I have a weird feeling of stillness as just finishing. This one is going to take me some time to get over. 😔 3y
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Minhas
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The last thing you remember always seems extra #important

Suzze Welcome to Litsy! The other happiest place on 🌏 Earth! 📚📚📚 3y
Minhas Thnx 3y
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PatienceFortitude
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Suddenly Shirley understood why her father had brought her 10,000 miles to live among strangers. Here, she did not have to wait for gray hairs to be considered wise. Here, she could speak up, question even the conduct of the President. Here, Shirley Temple Wong was somebody. She felt as if she had the power of ten tigers, as if she had grown as tall as the Statue of Liberty. #America #immigrants #important

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Roos
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Manifesto for feminist intersectionality. #important

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ohshanada
Everyday Sexism | Laura Bates
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"As girls grow up, these responses start to skew their own judgment of situations - they learn not to trust themselves and not to make a fuss. Society teaches them that they don't have the right to complain. One way or another, women are silenced." #everydaysexism #important

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