What’s the best way to harness women’s anger– rage– for social change, for political power? Is that anger long-simmering or at the boiling point? And what are the costs and benefits of letting that rage out of the bottle?
Best-selling author Rebecca Traister (All the Single Ladies) tackles so many of these questions in her new book, Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger in conversation with Tracee Ellis Ross.
Ross is a co-founder of the Times Up movement, and a TED expert on the impact of female fury and its power to move us forward. In her spare time, Tracee Ellis Ross is an outspoken star, producer, and director on the acclaimed television hit Black-ish, and before that, on the hit show, Girlfriends. She has received numerous Emmy nominations, a Golden Globe and seven NAACP Image Awards for her contributions to Black-ish and Girlfriends.