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Pantsuit Nation Hardcover – May 9, 2017
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The Pantsuit Nation Manifesto
Stories spark change. Taken individually, a story can create a tiny opening in a once-closed space. It is a glimmer. It can shine as something that is true and raw and beautiful. But one story—a single voice telling a single story—is often all too easy to ignore, to shout over or drown out. A single voice can be targeted or silenced.
Pantsuit Nation exists to harness the power of collective storytelling. Millions of voices telling millions of stories. We amplify the voices of those who have historically been underrepresented or excluded.
We listen. We empower our members to speak with honesty and without fear of attack. We are strong in our diversity. We invite conversation—true conversation—about the issues that are most fundamental to us and our identities.
We believe that feminism is intersectional. We believe that 'women’s rights are human rights.' We believe that progress around racial justice, LGBTQIA rights, rights for people with disabilities, religious freedom, and the fight to combat hatred and bigotry in all forms is most effective when emboldened and humanized through first-person narrative. We believe that politics is personal, and that progressive movement occurs when the empathetic potential of a story is unleashed.
Stories spark change. Taken collectively, stories open us up to the vast and complex realities of what it means to live, work, love, struggle, and celebrate in our country. As Pantsuit Nation, millions of glimmers combine to create the kind of bright light that can’t be ignored or overshadowed.
- Collective storytelling amplifies the voices of those who have been marginalized.
- We empower our members to speak with honesty and without fear of attack.
- Stories give meaning to action and meaningful action leads to long-term, sustainable change.
About the Author
Libby Chamberlain is the founder of Pantsuit Nation. She lives in coastal Maine with her husband and two young children.
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The stories don't stop with the election, and the FB group continues to add a dozen or more stories every day. It's a heart-rending, intensely personal and deeply moving read.