A trade paperback anthology of original essays from leading feminist writers on protest and solidarity in the Trump era.
Samhita Mukhopadhyay is a writer, editor, speaker, and technologist. Currently the Senior Editorial Director at Mic, she is also the former Executive Editor of Feministing.com and author of Outdated: Why Dating is Ruining Your Love Life. Kate Harding is the author of Asking for It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture - and What We Can Do About It. She is also a co-author of The Book of Jezebel and Lessons from the Fat-o-Sphere.
"Although its title brings back memories of a more hopeful time,
editors Samhita Mukhopadhyay and Kate Harding have crafted a
collection of viewpoints aimed at piercing the fug of misogyny and
racism that has held sway after the 2016 election...[Writers] hold
forth on how to survive Trump's America, and raise others up along
the way."--Elle.com (The Best Books to Read This
"With essay from Cheryl Strayed, Alicia Garza, Katha Pollitt, and marieclaire.com contributing editor Jessica Valenti, among other, this collection will keep you fired up for the next three years."--Marie Claire
"Samantha Irby's 'Country Crock' is fantastic. Sarah Jaffe's 'Donald Trump's War on the Working Class' is essential. Carina Chocano's 'We Have a Heroine Problem' is brilliant. Just read the whole book. It's only getting more relevant by the hour."--Chicago Tribune
"In this fantastic collection of essays, women are speaking out on the issues that face us in Trump's America. Of course, this book is only the tip of the iceberg, but it's an excellent, intersectional beginner's guide."--Bustle (Books Donald Trump Really Needs to Read) "I am hopeful that reading this anthology will not only inform and provoke us, but also that it will strengthen our collective resolve."--Lambda Literary"An important guide showing what intersectional feminism actually looks like...compelling."--Rewire"A searing and urgent collection....The writers are emotionally generous as they meditate on this pivotal moment in American history. The 2016 election marked a deeply personal shift in the tides of hope for so many. This book invites readers to converse, comfort, and hold one another accountable in the hope of igniting radical, intersectional change."--Booklist (starred review)"Strong, thoughtful, and angry voices ring out for resistance, empathy, and solidarity."--Kirkus Reviews