All about Love
Publication Date: 1999-12-22
"So much of our cultural pain and trauma manifests in our personal relationships, and our social understandings of "love" are filled with internalized baggage (from racism, misogyny, homophobia, etc.). All About Love inspires us to think of love as a transformative power, for us as individuals and for our communities. It also challenges us to imagine what equity looks like in our own homes and relationships. It asks us: what would love look like without power and domination?
Finally, I read this book when I was an undergraduate student and it (quite literally) changed my life. I think it would be great to promote it in Odegaard. So many of us enter college hoping to find love and relationships without unpacking how we came to define what love even means or looks like."
Recommended by: Anonymous