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Steinem's Sisters is Open!

The Toledo Area Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), People Called Women feminist bookstore (PCW), Toledo Chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Nirvana NOW! and University of Toledo Womenís and Gender Studies Department (UT WGST) are partnering to honor Gloria Steinem and help keep feminism alive in Northwest Ohio.

This project is ongoing, working toward the goal of a stand alone non-profit community center that will house the library/archive and also be a center for feminist education and activism in Gloriaís hometown. If you would like to make a donation, click the link on this page (coming soon!) or please bring/mail a check (with ďSteinemís SistersĒ in the memo section, and made payable to ďToledo National Organization for Women") to:
Toledo NOW
c/o People Called Women
6060 Renaissance Place, Suite F
Toledo, OH 43623

Your input is encouraged! Please email suggestions for additional books and other media you consider essential to this feminist library honoring Gloria Steinem, or check the Event's page for the next Steinem's Sisters organizing meeting.

Mission Statement

Steinemís Sisters is a feminist lending library and archive in Northwest Ohio established to honor Gloria Steinem and sustain feminist thought, values and culture. Steinemís Sisters provides access to a wide variety of feminist resources to help inspire learning, spread knowledge, and strengthen feminist community.

Scope Statement

As a feminist lending library and archive, the Steinemís Sistersí collection will focus on:

  • Important works by first, second, and third wave feminists, with an emphasis on rare and out of print books and books by or about Gloria Steinem
  • Textbooks and primary sources for womenís and gender studies courses.

    Other materials representative of feminist thought and values, such as violence against women resources and multicultural resources, will also be included in the collection.

    Gift Policy Statement

    Steinemís Sisters library and archive welcomes monetary donations, as well as donations of books and other media to help build our collection of feminist resources. As a feminist lending library and archive, the Steinemís Sistersí collection focuses on:

  • Important works by first, second, and third wave feminists, with an emphasis on rare and out of print books and books by or about Gloria Steinem
  • Textbooks and primary sources for womenís and gender studies courses.

    Other materials representative of feminist thought and values, such as violence against women resources and multicultural resources, will also be included in the collection.

    Steinemís Sisters accepts gifts of miscellaneous books and other materials with the understanding that materials that are not added to the collection will be given to appropriate sources.

    Currently in Steinem's Sisters Library & Archive:

    Title /Author

    ABC's of What a Girl Can Be, The /Epstein, Vivian Sheldon
    Against our will men women and rape /Brownmiller, Susan
    All American Women/ Cole, Johnnetta B., editor
    Amelia to Zora 26 women who changed the world/ Chin-Lee, Cynthia
    At the Dark End of the Street/ McGuire, Danielle L.
    Baby You Are My Religion /Cartier, Marie
    Backlash: the undeclared war against American women/ Faludi, Susan
    Beyond God the Father/ Daly, Mary
    Century of Struggle/ Flexner, Eleanor
    Church and the Second Sex, The /Daly, Mary
    Coercive Control /Stark, Evan
    Color Purple, The /Walker, Alice
    Courage to Heal, The/ Bass, Ellen and Davis, Wendy
    Daughters of Copper Woman /Cameron, Anne
    Demon Lover, The /Morgan, Robin
    Education of a Woman, The/ Heilbrun, Carolyn G.
    Feminine Mystique, The /Friedan, Betty
    Feminist (Im)Mobilities in Fortress(ing) North America:rights, citizenships and identities in transnational perspective/Runyan, Ann Sisson et al
    Feminist family values forum Foundation for a compassionate society
    Feminist Papers, The/ Davis, Elizabeth Gould
    For Her Own Good /Ehrenreich, Barbara & English, Deirdre
    Forged Under the Sun ,Forjada bajo el sol, The Life of Maria Elena Lucas Buss/Fran Leeper
    Free To Be You and Me /Thomas, Marlo & Friends
    From Housewife to Heretic /Johnson, Sonia
    Front Line Feminism, 1975-1995 /Kahn, Karen, editor
    Fugitive Information/ Hagan, Kay Leigh
    Gloria Steinem, A Biography/ Marcello, Patricia Cronin
    Grandmother's Counsel the World/ Schaefer, Carol
    Great Cosmic Mother, The/ Sjoo, Monica & Mor, Barbara
    Great Jewish Women /Slater, Elinor and Slater, Robert
    Gyn/Ecology/ Daly, Mary
    Handmaid's Tale, The /Atwood, Margaret
    Herland/ Gilman, Charlotte Perkins
    Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology/ Smith, Barbara, editor
    Hope is a very unruly emotion (plaque)
    House on Mango Street, The/ Cisneros, Sandra
    I Am An Emotional Creature /Ensler, Eve
    If Women Counted /Waring, Marilyn
    Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Dyke, The / Bissert, Ellen Marie
    In a Different Voice: psychological theory and women's development/ Gilligan, Carol
    In Search of our Mother's Gardens/ Walker, Alice
    In The Spirit of We'Moon/ Musawa, Narrated by
    Inside Ms.: 25 years of the magazine and the feminist movement /Thom, Mary
    Killing Rage, Ending Racism/ hooks, bell
    King Peggy /Bartels, Peggielene & Herman, Eleanor
    Knowledge Explosion, The /Kramarae, Cheris & Spender, Dale, editors
    Ladies of Seneca Falls, The/ Gurko, Miriam
    Landscape for a Good Woman /Steedman, Carolyn
    Lesbian Connection, Vol. 3, Iss. 6 Helen Diner Memorial Women's Center/Ambitious Amazons
    Lesbian Connection, Vol. 3, Iss. 7 Helen Diner Memorial Women's Center/Ambitious Amazons
    Lesbian Connection, Vol. 3, Iss. 8 Helen Diner Memorial Women's Center/Ambitious Amazons
    Lesbian Images /Rule, Jane
    Lesbian Peoples/ Wittig, Monique and Zeig, Sande
    Lesbian Reader, The/ Covina, Gina and Galana, Laurel, editors
    Lesbian Studies/ Cruikshank, Margaret
    Letters From a War Zone: writings 1976-1989 /Dworkin, Andrea
    Letters to Ms.: 1972-1987/ Thom, Mary, editor
    Life and Death/ Dworkin, Andrea
    Making Face, Making Soul/ Anzuldua, Gloria, editor
    Mankiller: a Chief and Her People/ Mankiller, Wilma and Wallis, Michael
    Miss Representation (DVD)
    Moving Beyond Words/ Steinem, Gloria
    Ms Magazine: 40th Anniversary issue
    My Answer is No/ Gartrell, Nanette
    New Lesbian Writing /Cruikshank, Margaret
    New Woman, The /Cooke, Bunch-Weeks. Morgan, editors
    Nice Jewish Girls/ Beck, Evelyn Torton
    Nickel and Dimed/ Ehrenreich, Barbara
    No More Masks /Howe, Florence, editor
    Of Woman Born/ Rich, Adrienne
    Our Bodies, Ourselves/ Boston Women's Health Book Collective
    Our Right to Love /Vida, Ginny, editor
    Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions/ Steinem, Gloria
    PHD to Ph.D: How Education Saved My Life /Richardson, Elaine
    Politics of the Heart/ Pollack, Sandra and Vaughn, Jeanne,editors
    Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality/ Gail Dines
    Pulling Our Own Strings /Kaufman, Gloria and Blakely, Mary Kay
    Question of Choice, A/ Weddington, Sarah
    Radical Feminism: A Documentary Reader/ Crow, Barbara, editor
    Reader's Companion to U.S. Women's History /Mankiller, Wilma et al
    Restoring Sanctuary /Bloom, Sandra L.
    Revolution From Within: a Book of Self-esteem /Steinem, Gloria
    Sappho Was A Right-On Woman /Abbott, Sidney and Love, Barbara
    Second Sex, The /DeBeauvoir, Simone
    Sex and Destiny/ Greer, Germaine
    Sex and World Peace/ Hudson, Valerie et al
    Silences/ Olsen, Tillie
    Sister Outsider /Lorde, Audre
    Sisterhood is Global /Morgan, Robin
    Sisters in Spirit: Haudenosaunee (iroquois) Influece on Early American Feminists / Wagner, Sally Roesch
    Sleeping With Cats /Piercy, Marge
    Some Reflections on Separatism and Power/ Frye, Mariyln
    The 9 to 5 Guide to Combatting Sexual Harassment /Bravo, Ellen & Cassedy, Ellen
    The Feminist Papers /Rossi, Alice S.
    Their Eyes Were Watching God /Hurston, Zora Neale
    This Bridge Called My Back/ Moraga, Cherrie and Anzaldua, Gloria
    Vagina Monologues, The/ Ensler, Eve
    Vindication of the Rights of Women, A /Wollstonecraft, Mary
    Voice Male /Okun, Rob
    WAC Stats/ Women's Action Coalition
    Well of Loneliness, The/ Hall, Radclyffe
    What is Feminism?/ Baumgardner, Jennifer
    What Will it Take to Make a Woman President/ Schnall, Marianne
    When She Woke/ Jordan, Hillary
    Where and When I Enter /Giddings, Paula
    Wild Patience Has Taken Me This Far, A/ Rich, Adrienne
    Wisdom's Daughters: Conversations with Women Elders of Native America/ Wall, Steve
    Woman's Bible, The /Stanton, Elizabeth Cady
    Womanwords/ Mills, Jane
    Women of Ideas (And What Men Have Done To Them) / Spender, Dale
    Women Race & Class /Davis, Angela Y.
    Women Respond to the Men's Movement/ Hagan, Kay Leigh
    Women Worldwide: Transnational Perspectives on Women/ Lee, Janet
    Women's Room, The /French, Marilyn
    Word of a Woman, The/ Morgan, Robin
    Yellow Wallpaper, The/ Gilman, Charlotte Perkins
    You Can't Kill the Spirit/ McAllister, Pamooks


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