I received a signed ARC of Wolfpack at the Be the Change event hosted at my university this past Friday. If you read my interview last week, you’ll know that that’s also where I got a chance to meet Elaine Welteroth. This week has truly been remarkable.
After I finished Wolfpack, I took a few pictures for my bookstagram:
I devoured Wolfpack in a matter of two days, taking breaks when I resonated with something so fully, I’d need a moment to let it settle. My copy of Wolfpack is littered with highlighted portions and pencil marks. I feel like it’s one of those books I’ll constantly pick up when I need to remember that I’m on the right path.
Wolfpack is a call to action for women everywhere to let go of the old fairytales, and rewrite our own. It’s a book for the burgeoning activist and rising professional. It’s a book for the inter-sectional feminist, for those who demand equality and equity. This is a book for the women of the now and the women of the future.
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