July 17, 2018

The Marginalized Majority: You should get a copy

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Last week, we were very happy to publish Onnesha Roychoudhuri’s long-awaited The Marginalized Majority, the book Naomi Klein calls “a daring intervention to get us back in the game — and a witty, delightfully personal meditation on collective power.” Raj Patel calls it “a deep meditation on #MeToo, American racism, and the power of truth-tellers, in the company of someone who can shut down a subway bigot by leading a traincar of people in song.” LA Kauffman calls it “a vital call to action and connection [that] shows the far-reaching power we can have if we’re bold enough to claim it.”

Last week, we ran a brief excerpt from the book and a very short essay by Onnesha. In case you need one final nudge, here’s a brief trailer. Watch it thrice, forward it to everyone, and then pick up your copy.

 

 


 

 

 

The Marginalized Majority is on sale now. Buy your copy here, or at your neighborhood independent bookstore.

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