Sally Kohn is one of the leading progressive voices in America. She is currently a columnist and CNN political commentator. Previously a Fox News contributor, she has been a frequent guest on MSNBC and writes for media outlets, including the Washington Post, the New York Times, New York Magazine, Cosmopolitan, the Daily Beast, Time, and many others. Kohn lives in Brooklyn with her partner, Sarah Hansen, and their daughter, Willa.
"Kohn is funny and warm as she shares the best ways to shift the
hate and dissolve the barriers between those of us with divergent
"A holistic guide toward building a world where we are all greater than fear and more powerful than anger."
--Ms. "Whether she's visiting reconciliation villages in Rwanda or recounting her own surprisingly productive interactions with abusive Twitter trolls, Kohn is a thoughtful, empathetic reporter whose insights aren't just timely - they feel necessary to our survival."
"A stunning debut by a truly gifted writer--an eye-opening read for both liberals and conservatives--and it could not come at a better time."
--Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Option B, with Sheryl Sandberg
"A must-read book for all of us at this moment in history. I'm grateful for Sally Kohn's clear voice and vision in showing us the way forward."
"Sally Kohn has really done it this time. Brilliant."
"Sick of the anger, division and hate in our world? Sally Kohn's book is uplifting, funny, and full of inspiring solutions."
--Van Jones, host of The Van Jones Show and New York Times bestselling author of Beyond the Messy Truth
"Sally and I agree on very little politically, but somehow in spite of that, we have navigated a friendship that transcends everything else. This book explains it all!"
"A testament to the power of understanding others deeply, the book reminds us that even those we disagree with vehemently have a perspective and orientation in the world that we can learn from as we work to make the world better."
--DeRay Mckesson, social activist and host of Pod Save the People
"[Kohn's] passionate appeal for empathy provides a proactive springboard for readers who find themselves unable to comprehend the xenophobia and lack of civility in others. An uplifting and inspiring plea to promote peace, kindness, and humanitarianism in the face of hate."