Introduction: Feminist Work is Justice Work
1. Know Your History
2. The Sexist State
3. The Fight for Reproductive Justice
4. Transmisogyny: Who Wins?
5. The Saviour Complex: Muslim Women and Gendered Islamophobia
6. Art for Art's Sake?
7. Complicating Consent: How to Support Sex Workers
8. The Answer to Sexual Violence is Not More Prisons
9. Feminism and Food
10. Solidarity is a Doing Word
Lola Olufemi is a black feminist writer and organiser from London. She facilitates workshops about feminism and decolonisation in schools, universities and local communities. She is the co-author of A FLY Girl's Guide to University: Being a Woman of Colour at Cambridge and Other Institutions of Power and Elitism (Verve Poetry Press, 2019).
'Reading her is to believe that another world is possible.'-- Nesrine Malik, Guardian
'A brave manifesto ... [Feminism Interrupted] unravels a silenced history of radicalism and points toward a truly just future'-- Dana Mills, Jacobin
'I was blown away'-- Angela Davis