Pantsuit Nation by Libby Chamberlain

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Pantsuit Nation has a coffee-table-book feel, stitching together anecdotes from the Facebook group's members, along with striking portraits of the authors and other Clinton enthusiasts.
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An inspiring collection of stories and photographs that capture what it means to live, work, love, and resist in America—from the Facebook group with millions of engaged and impassioned members.

In October 2016, Maine resident Libby Chamberlain created a “secret” Facebook group encouraging a handful of friends to wear pantsuits to the polls. Overnight, the group of thirty exploded to 24,000 members. By November 8, the group was three million strong. Since Pantsuit Nation’s inception, its members have shared personal stories that illustrate the complexities of living in a vibrant, oftentimes contentious democracy. Members turn to Pantsuit Nation as a place of refuge and inspiration, where marginalized voices are amplified, faces are put to political decisions, resources are shared, and activism is ignited. It is a dynamic, diverse community united by an unwavering commitment to building a more just, inclusive world.

Now, hundreds of Pantsuit Nation members have contributed their stories and photographs to form this extraordinary book. An indelible testament to the idea that change comes first from the heart, and that the surest way to move a heart is to tell a story, Pantsuit Nation is a portrait of a moment in history and a rallying cry for our time.

 

About Libby Chamberlain

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Libby Chamberlain, a 33-year-old Maine resident, started Pantsuit Nation during one of the most contentious and heated elections in history. What began as a small, secret Facebook group uniting supporters of Hillary Clinton exploded to 3 million members in the short weeks around Election Day. Chamberlain manages this group, which now works to harness the power of collective storytelling in celebration of the voices of those who have historically been underrepresented or excluded.
 
Published May 9, 2017 by Flatiron Books. 288 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Danielle Kurtzleben on May 09 2017

Pantsuit Nation has a coffee-table-book feel, stitching together anecdotes from the Facebook group's members, along with striking portraits of the authors and other Clinton enthusiasts.

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