We are indivisible : a blueprint for democracy after Trump / Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin ; [foreword by Marielena Hincapié].
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- ISBN: 9781982129972
- ISBN: 1982129972
- Physical Description: xv, 347 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First One Signal Publishers/Atria Books hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York : One Signal Publishers/Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, 2019.
- Copyright: ©2019
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-347).
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The problem : a buckling and rigged democracy -- The solution : constituent power -- How to make Congress listen -- How to build power together -- How to make waves -- A day one democracy agenda.
"The co-executive directors of Indivisible tell the story of the movement. They offer a behind-the-scenes look at how change comes to Washington, whether Washington wants it or not. And they explain how voters will win the coming fight for the future of American democracy"-- Provided by publisher.
Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin are the coauthors of the Indivisible Guide and co-Executive Directors of Indivisible, where they lead a national staff in Washington, DC, and across the country supporting the Indivisible movement in advocacy, elections, and grassroots organizing. The two have been listed in the Politico 50 list, GQ&;s 50 Most Powerful People in Trump&;s Washington and Roll Call&;s People to Watch in 2019.
Leah was a human trafficking policy advocate before joining the office of Congressman Tom Perriello on Capitol Hill. Working for a progressive in the red fifth district of Virginia at the rise of the Tea Party, she saw firsthand the power that organized constituent power could have&;and she took notes. After Perriello&;s loss in 2010, she returned to human trafficking policy&;until the 2016 election, when she started writing a quick guide to constituent power with her spouse Ezra.
Before Indivisible, Ezra was a congressional staffer and anti-poverty advocate. He started out working on local homelessness issues, and during the late Bush II and early Obama eras he served as a senior legislative and campaign staffer for Congressman Lloyd Doggett (D-TX). He escaped Capitol Hill and spent a few years as a think tanker and advocate, writing papers on progressive tax policy that Leah begrudgingly edited and trying to get Congress to listen about anti-poverty reforms.