Tireless Readers Collective

We’ll Turn a New Page Together

“Books are a form of political action. Books are knowledge. Books are reflection. Books change your mind.”

– Toni Morrison (1931-2019)

Now, more than ever, we need to envision a gender-equal future and find new paths to achieve it. Books can help us understand how to do that together.

The Canadian Women’s Foundation’s Tireless Readers Collective brings book lovers together with stellar writers who shine a spotlight on justice and gender equality. Join us in this exciting reading journey.

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Lauren McKeon: Women of the Pandemic Online Event

Women of the Pandemic Book Friday April 30, 2021, 12:00 PM EST
Featuring: Author Lauren McKeon and Paulette Senior, President and CEO of the Canadian Women’s Foundation

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As the pandemic continues to alter the fabric of our society, recent studies show that women continue to be the hardest hit by the economic fallout from COVID-19. Despite enduring these hardships, women continue to be our primary caregivers, direct service providers and much- needed leaders in our communities.

In Lauren McKeon’s new book Women of the Pandemic: Stories from the Frontlines of COVID-19, the author revisits the early months of the health crisis through the eyes of several women whose perseverance and resilience helped Canada navigate the global pandemic.

Join Lauren McKeon, in conversation with President and CEO of the Canadian Women’s Foundation, Paulette Senior, as they discuss this important new book.

Perdita Felicien: My Mother’s Daughter: A Memoir of Struggle and Triumph

Cover of the book My Mother's Daughter by Perdita FelicienThursday, May 27, 2021, 12:00 PM EST

Featuring: Author Perdita Felicien, Cathy Felicien Browne, and Paulette Senior, President and CEO of the Canadian Women’s Foundation

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In this memoir, world champion hurdler Perdita Felicien goes back to how her journey began, recounting the many obstacles that she and her mother, Cathy, overcame along the way, including racism, domestic abuse, and homelessness. Join us to discuss this incredible story of determination and resilience with Perdita and Cathy.

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