It's Mother's Day morning!
If you still need to get gifts for the moms in your life, don't worry — we've got you covered.
You have TODAY to give the new Keep Marching book to a mom you love (including yourself!) for Mother's Day — and for today ONLY we were able to cut the price down to $15 (from $25) for a special Mother's Day deal.
The KEEP MARCHING book landed in bookstores just last week and it's getting great reviews — "a perfect primer," "a powerful call to action," "a must-read for new activists."
No need to run to the store!
Giving this book for Mother's Day is actually a double gift: 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the KEEP MARCHING book support the life-changing work of MomsRising. It's a win-win.
Inside the pages you'll find tips and tactics for creating change, as well as the stories, facts, and the policies we need to break through, including on: fair pay, gun safety, ending sexual assault and mass incarceration, addressing wealth inequality and building the safety net, immigration, as well as paid family/medical leave, childcare, healthcare, and more.
Thank you for ALL you do for women and families! - Kristin
P.S. Here's what leaders are saying about the book:
"KEEP MARCHING, by the fierce and fearless Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, is a perfect primer for women everywhere who want to take action - whether you're heading to your first town hall meeting or running for office. With wit and clarity, she covers everything from reproductive rights to maternal mortality to mass incarceration, including a powerful and much-needed call to action for white women to step up and do our part in the fight for justice. Keep Marching is not only a how-to manual; it's a celebration of women's power, progress, and potential to change the world."
— Cecile Richards, New York Times bestselling author of Make Trouble and President of Planned Parenthood
"Within every woman lies the power to spark a movement, and KEEP MARCHING provides each of us with the tools and the inspiration we need to unleash our full potential. This extraordinary book can teach an entire generation of women—from every background— how to organize, mobilize, and catalyze a 21st century revolution for true equality."
— Neera Tanden, President, Center for American Progress
"KEEP MARCHING is a powerful call to action for women everywhere—whether you're a seasoned organizer or someone who's getting involved for the first time. As Kristin [states], 'women can lift our nation.' Practical and inspirational guides like this will help us make it happen."
— Anna Galland, Executive Director, MoveOn Civic Action
"KEEP MARCHING is an energizing roadmap, taking our focus from what we're up against [to] a vision that [allows] all women and families to live well. [This book shows] us how by working together and supporting one another, we can truly get there."
— Ai-jen Poo, Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance
"KEEP MARCHING is the book we all need to remind us why the fight against white supremacy and patriarchy will actually set us free. Kristin's enthusiasm jumps through the pages. We are all lucky to have a book like this during this painful moment in America."
— Patrisse Khan-Cullors, New York Times bestselling author of When They Call You a Terrorist and co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter
"[A] must-read for new activists. I highly recommend picking up this hands-on guide full of the concrete information, an intersectional agenda, and a step-by-step action plan for every woman looking to make tangible change in their communities."
— Bob Bland, National Co-President, Women's March on Washington
"KEEP MARCHING is a profound call to action for women seeking to overturn injustice and stand together. Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner reminds us of what we're really fighting for."
— Leah Greenberg, Co-director, Indivisible
"For anyone wanting to move up the ladder of engagement, to graduate from marches and rallies to strategy and planning, from activist to organizer, use this book as a field guide."
— dream hampton
"Wanna change the world? Read this book. Because in fearless, fierce and clear prose, Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner has written the necessary, intersectional guide we need today. With kindness, wisdom and thoughtful solidarity, Kristin provides the blueprint for first time activists to seasoned organizers who want to work together to create a more equitable nation."
— Laura Dawn, founding former Cultural Director of MoveOn.org, Founder & Chief Creative, Art Not War