July 17, 2018
The Marginalized Majority: You should get a copy
by Melville House
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.