Dads for Daughters: How Fathers Can Give Their Daughters a Better, Brighter, Fairer Future (Gift for Dads, for Readers of Strong Fathers,
DescriptionBuild a More Equitable World for Your Daughter
A world where your daughter can thrive. Today's generation of feminist dads are raising confident, empowered daughters who believe they can achieve anything. But the world is still profoundly unequal for women and girls, with workplaces built by men for men, massive gender pay gaps, and deeply-ingrained gender stereotypes. Dads for Daughters: How Fathers Can Support Girls and Women for a Successful Feminist Future offers fathers guidance for building a world where their daughters can thrive.
Lean In for dads. The most successful leaders of all companies, from family businesses to lean startups, understand that leaders eat last. Your workplace can be a stage for the fight for equality and true leadership that empowers women. The guidance in this book will help you move from TED talks to daily action.
Invest in the next generation. Men who were raised with the second-wave feminism of The Feminine Mystique know that the personal is political. The confidence code for girls that you instill at home can lead to a better world for all women.
Dads for Daughters is a feminist book for fathers who are invested in the gender equality fight. With this book, you'll find:
- Steps you can take today in your workplace and community to create a better tomorrow
- Inspiring stories from successful and empathetic fathers
- Resources to help you take action in the women's movement
Dad's for Daughters is perfect for fathers who enjoyed Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World, and We Should All Be Feminists. This book is great for men who love nasty women, and who know that Trump's America is not the future we want for our next generation of girls.
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About the Author
Michelle Travis is a Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco School of Law, where she serves as the Co-Director of the USF Labor and Employment Law Program. She received a J.D. from Stanford Law School and a B.A. in psychology from Cornell University. She has taught at Stanford Law School, UC Hastings College of the Law, Santa Clara University School of Law, and the Lewis & Clark Law School. Michelle is an expert in sex discrimination law and policy, gender bias, and women's equality.
Michelle has published eighteen journal articles, including in the California Law Review, the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, and the Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law. She regularly speaks around the country on issues relating to sex discrimination, gender stereotypes, and the gender pay gap. Her audiences include parents and family advocates, legal and social science scholars, business and human resource practitioners, public interest activists, lawyers, and policy-makers.