In this week’s Social Media Roundup, find out what causes your favorite “Harry Potter” stars are supporting and who’s been collaborating recently.
Tagged: Our Shared Shelf
Emma Watson interviews poet Rupi Kaur to introduce the newest Our Shared Shelf selection, Kaur’s “Milk and Honey”.
In September of 2014, Emma Watson delivered a speech about gender equality at the United Nations Headquarters. While some fans were quick to praise her statements, others felt her comments reflected a very limited perspective on what feminism could be.
Londoners, there’s a brand new “Harry Potter” book club coming to the city this summer. Come reread the series along with a group of dedicated fans to celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Philosopher’s Stone”!
It’s been over a year since Emma Watson launched her feminist book club, Our Shared Shelf! Here, we take a look at the selections so far!
Exciting news for Emma Watson! The actress and activist is set to not only grace the front cover of “ELLE UK” but also receive its Woman of the Year award!
The year 2016 has come and gone, and our “Potter” alumni welcomed in the new year in style. A new year means new goals, aims, and projects. Here’s a roundup of some of the recent social media highlights for our favorite “Potter” alumni!
It’s been a quiet couple of weeks for our alumni as the days creep into the summer months, but it’s clear that many of our favorite cast members are hard at work, with many exciting projects coming up. Plus, we’ve had the recent release of films such as “Me Before You”, starring Matthew Lewis, to keep us going. And we’ve got some good book recommendations to see us into the summer!
This week, Emma met up with Gloria Steinem (author of “My Life on the Road”) in London with how to: Academy to discuss the book and feminism, as well as body issues, accepting herself, and of course, our favorite witch, Hermione Granger.