Why do so many women struggle to fully identify with the word 'feminist'? Why is intersectionality so important? How can we make feminism more inclusive? In Can We All Be Feminists? seventeen writers from diverse backgrounds wrestle with these questions, exploring what feminism means to them in the context of their other identities - from a hijab-wearing Muslim to a disability rights activist to a transgender journalist. Edited by the inspiring activist and writer June Eric-Udorie, this impassioned, thought-provoking collection offers a vision for a new feminism that is truly for all. Including essays by: Soofiya Andry, Gabrielle Bellot, Caitlin Cruz, Nicole Dennis-Benn, Brit Bennett, Evette Dionne, Aisha Gani, Afua Hirsch, Juliet Jacques, Wei Ming Kam, Mariya Karimjee, Eishar Kaur, Emer O'Toole, Frances Ryan, Zoe Samudzi, Charlotte Shane, and Selina Thompson.