"In her classic truth-telling, no-holds-barred style,
Zerlina flips the 'identity politics' debate on its head, laying out why
Democrats should reject the notion that it's a politics of social division, and
instead embrace it as a bridge to social cohesion and inclusion. The book
underscores a powerful truth: centering the voices and experiences of those too
long marginalized in our politics--including women of color and particularly
black women--will not only strengthen our democracy, it will win elections."
—Maya L. Harris, civil rights advocate, former seniorpolicy advisor to Hillary Clinton, and author of Women of Color: A GrowingForce in the American Electorate