About the Author
Jen Deaderick has written about women and citizenship for The New York Times and has been featured in Refinery 29, Boston Globe, Thrillest, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, Globe & Mail, and others. She lives in Cambridge, MA.
Rita Sapunor is an editor and artist in Oakland. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Vice, and MTV.com, and other outlets. She lives in Oakland, CA.
"Fast paced and full to bursting with vivid, raucous figures and stories that have been kept out of our history books for too long, Jen Deaderick's She the People is a remarkable corrective that will broaden readers' views and deepen their understanding of thehistory that has brought us to this moment--and will inspire new approaches to moving forward."—Rebecca Traister, New York Times bestselling author of Good and Mad and All the Single Ladies
"This isn't women's history; it's history. She the People is a hilarious, brilliant take on the road to equality."—Lizzie Skurnick, author of That Should Be a Word