Title: We Should all be Feminists
Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Adapted from Adichie’s popular 2013 TED x Euston talk of the same name. We Should all be Feminists is a timeless prose and balanced argument on what feminism means in the twenty-first century.
With a healthy dosage of humour and wit, Adichie shines a light on discrimination and institutional attitudes that marginalise women around the world, providing readers from all walks of life with an understanding of the masked realities of sexual politics.
Adichie has made a name for herself as a best-selling novelist and leader in diasporian literature. Her subjective definition of the term feminist is one that is rooted in inclusion and awareness, urging us all to become evermore observant when rallying for women’s right.
Words: Maggie Ibiam