We Are Indivisible: A Blueprint for Democracy After Trump

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About the Author

Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin are the coauthors of the Indivisible Guide and co-Executive Directors of Indivisible, where they lead a national staff in Washington, DC, and across the country supporting the Indivisible movement in advocacy, elections, and grassroots organizing. The two have been listed in the Politico 50 list, GQ's 50 Most Powerful People in Trump's Washington and Roll Call's People to Watch in 2019.

Leah was a human trafficking policy advocate before joining the office of Congressman Tom Perriello on Capitol Hill. Working for a progressive in the red fifth district of Virginia at the rise of the Tea Party, she saw firsthand the power that organized constituent power could have--and she took notes. After Perriello's loss in 2010, she returned to human trafficking policy--until the 2016 election, when she started writing a quick guide to constituent power with her spouse Ezra.

Before Indivisible, Ezra was a congressional staffer and anti-poverty advocate. He started out working on local homelessness issues, and during the late Bush II and early Obama eras he served as a senior legislative and campaign staffer for Congressman Lloyd Doggett (D-TX). He escaped Capitol Hill and spent a few years as a think tanker and advocate, writing papers on progressive tax policy that Leah begrudgingly edited and trying to get Congress to listen about anti-poverty reforms.


"Leah and Ezra have built a powerful network of folks ready to fight for justice and inclusion...In times of division, they've been a constant force for good."--Ayanna Pressley, U.S. Representative for Massachusetts's 7th congressional district "Time 100 "
"The breakout star of the new activists"--The Economist
"Indivisible has played a leading role in turning out voters at congressional town halls to voice their opposition."--The New York Times
"If Democrats are able to retake the House in 2018, it will be a victory built from Greenberg and Levin's blueprint."--Politico