qLab Colouring Feminist Activists Mini-Project


The qCollaborative is pleased to present our inaugural Colouring Feminist Activists, the first in a series of books designed by the lab to celebrate and contemplate the vital work done by leading feminist activists of the past and present.

21 colouring pages that include the following memorable activists: Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Malala Yousafzai, Tarana Burke, Greta Thunberg, Audre Lorde, Julie Rei Goldstein, Dr. Emma Sulkowicz, Chanel Miller, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, and more…

This book is intended as a space for both reflection and recognition of the public figures who model for us the kinds of work that need to be done, and who inspire us with their brilliance, bravery, and commitment to greater social equity. We see reflecting on and celebrating our feminist models as an important form of what Sara Ahmed in Living a Feminist Life (2017) calls homework: acts of working out our feminisms as a means of transforming and rebuilding the master’s house (in Audre Lorde’s infamous words) that we are often asked to negotiate and reside in.

  • Professionally printed, staple stitched, with a card cover
  • Measures 8.5 x 11 inches
  • Printed on 100% recycled paper!

The books can be used by all ages. However, if intended for a non-adult, please consider that this book includes references to abortion, and the #MeToo movement.

Created in collaboration with the qLab—Brianna Wiens, Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Shana MacDonald, and Stan Ruecker—and the generous support from Michelle Priest and Dunia Tavcer.

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