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It’s fall and we’re ready to get cozy with a good book while we take down the patriarchy. Each month we’ll share our featured book and woman-owned bookstore to help us envision a world where gender equality is realized. We’ll also host a virtual book talk with each author grounded in our Majority Rules. Come back here to find discounts on our featured books, discussion prompts, community events, member-to-member recommendations, and more.


Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds

December’s book of the month is Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds by Huma Abedin. In this beautifully written and propulsive memoir, Huma Abedin—Hillary Clinton’s famously private top aide and longtime advisor—emerges from the wings of American political history to take command of her own story.


Huma Abedin in conversation with Amanda Brown Lierman

Supermajority is thrilled to be joining with Greenlight Bookstore for our member event with Huma Abedin in celebration of her new book, Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds on December 8th. She’ll be joined in conversation with organizer and Supermajority Executive Director Amanda Brown Lierman. They’ll discuss Human Abedin’s life and career, and the ways her identity shaped her experiences as Hillary Clinton’s private top aide and longtime advisor.

December's Featured Bookstore

Greenlight Bookstore

Greenlight Bookstore is a general independent bookstore in Brooklyn, New York founded in October 2009 by Rebecca Fitting and Jessica Stockton Bagnulo. Through knowledgeable staff, curated book selection, community partnerships, and a robust e-commerce website, Greenlight combines the best traditions of the neighborhood bookstore with a forward-looking sensibility.



Last month’s author talk was with Morowa Yejidé, author of the science fiction novel Creatures of Passage. Missed the conversation or just want to revisit the magic? Watch the recording below!

December Book of the Month Discussion Prompts

Invite a couple of friends and host your own Supermajority Book Club. We’ve got a few prompts to get the conversation started. Make sure to snap a photo and tag us on social media @Supermajority #MajorityReaders. Finished with the book? Tell us your thoughts! We may even spotlight your member review.

Some of the issues, themes, and discussions can be challenging, especially as they pertain to topics of oppression, violence, and trauma. Be sure to take steps to prioritize your mental health and wellbeing, and see our list of resources if you need support.

How has your family shaped your values? 

In Both/And, Huma talks about the role of family and what she learned from her parents. Share how your family, chosen or biological, have shaped your values and experiences?

How do the themes in "Believing" connect to Supermajority Education Fund's Majority Rules?

How do you see Supermajority Education Fund’s Majority Rules relating to the themes of identity, power, and gender? Need a refresher? Revisit Supermajority Education Fund’s Majority Rules here.

How did the vulnerability in the book make you feel?

The vulnerability of Both/And has resonated with so many readers. Why do you think that is and what makes it both powerful and challenging for women in politics, especially women of color, to be vulnerable?

Join the Conversation

A good book makes you think, and we know our members are buzzing with thoughts about Believing. Members in Pantsuit Nation x Supermajority will be discussing the book, gender-based violence, and how we can make the Majority Rules realized. Join now and be on the lookout for book club prompts.


Supermajority Book Club Merch

Check out our t-shirt with a custom illustration by Euzhan Shabazz and tote bag with a custom illustration from Edith Valle.


Euzhan Shabazz

Euzhan Shabazz is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator, with past clients that include Stanford University, HarperSage, and EXPRESS. Although the bulk of her experience lie in the realm of brand identity and brand campaign identity, respectively, her overall experience casts a wide range. Her passion for design stems from the dedication to her clients. She takes a great deal of interest in the businesses and individuals she works with, investing personally in their growth. To her, the best parts of being a designer is witnessing a design create change, and inspired others. She believes that starts with the client. This dedication allows her to establish designs that are unique to the client mission, and last for years to come.


Edith Valle

Edith Valle is a graphic designer, illustrator and fine artist based in Austin Texas. She studied graphic design at St. Edward’s University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design degree. Edith is active in Austin’s local art scene from painting murals and installing community art projects across town to organizing workshops and lectures about design and publications for local creatives. As Art Director at Deeds Not Words, she launched the organization’s first Artist in Residency program with a focus on art and activism. Through this program Edith provides mentorship to young artists and guides them in creating art that centers their narrative. Edith is dedicated to making spaces for young artists to thrive and bringing awareness to the arts’ essential role in shifting culture and making change.