📚 Book Club: The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls
For our November Book Club, Women Who Code Portland and IEEE Oregon Women in Engineering (WIE) will be reading and discussing "The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls" by Mona Eltahawy.
In this book, feminist activist Eltahawy advocates a muscular, out-loud approach to teaching women and girls to harness their power through what she calls the "seven necessary sins" that women and girls are not supposed to commit: to be angry, ambitious, profane, violent, attention-seeking, lustful, and powerful. All the necessary "sins" that women and girls require to erupt.
November Book Selection:
The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls
Author: Mona Eltahawy
More info about the book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43427042-the-seven-necessary-sins-for-women-and-girls
If you are a student, unemployed, under-employed, or need assistance to purchase this book, we will buy it for you and mail it to your house. Fill out this form by Oct 10: https://forms.gle/j9RQeatdUiEd8QoH6 (Make sure you indicate the name of the book in the form.)
6:00 - Welcome & Introductions
6:15 - General Discussion
7:00 - Breakout Rooms session
8:00 - Closing Remarks
☎️ We will send out the link to a Zoom invite prior to the event.
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👩🏽💻 About the IEEE Oregon Section WIE Affinity Group
This book club is also brought to you by the Women in Engineering (WIE) Affinity Group for IEEE Oregon Section. IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is the organization within IEEE dedicated to supporting and promoting women engineers and scientists; this community consists of women in engineering as well as their allies. We are all here to work together to support each other and increase the number of women working in the most interesting of all areas of engineering – electrical engineering!!
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