Announcing the 2nd Edition of
The Mom’s Guide to
Becoming Socially and Politically Engaged!
Now Available for Pre-Order!
The second edition will be available in Spring 2020. Pre-order your copy today!
What’s New in the Second Edition?
- Still Fighting for the American Dream by S. Nadia Hussain, Campaign Director, Maternal Justice, MomsRising.Org
- Raising a Daughter to Recognize Her Purpose and Resilience by Desiree Peterkin Bell
- Learning to Emerge by Elizabeth Schroeder, Wisconsin Emerge Alumni
- Everyday Power of Women by Sarah O’Dell, Grassroots Voting Activist
- Parenting Through Inequality by Laura Lyles Reagan, Parent Coach and Author
- Bringing Your Own Chair to the Table by Chou Hallegra, Author
Meet Our Contributors
Gretchen Kelly is a writer, activist, and mom of three. Social justice is the main driver of her writing. In addition to feminism and politics, she writes about grief, parenting, and random musings on life. She has appeared in Upworthy, Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, Elephant Journal, and was a featured writer and cohost of the Stop Sexism podcast for the Good Men Project. https://www.facebook.com/driftingthrough/
Jennifer Rosen Heinz
-Jennifer Rosen Heinz is the founder and editor in-chief of Use Your OUTSIDE VOICE, a media outlet which keeps people informed and motivated in a world where sometimes the news makes us feel helpless. 50% of the profits from OUTSIDE VOICE go directly to getting women of Color elected to public office. She is the co-creator of the Kindness is Everything sign, which raised over $200k for the ACLU and other nonprofits. She is also a volunteer leader for Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and often does public speaking to encourage others to find their activist passions.
S. Nadia Hussain
Nadia works at MomRising directing their Maternal Justice campaign, which encompasses maternal health, mass incarceration reform, and police reform work, all with a focus on racial justice. She serves the National Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the board of the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey (ACLU-NJ). Nadia is also the co-founder of the Bangladeshi American Women’s Development Initiative (BAWDI), a community initiative empowering Bangladeshi women and girls in NJ.