Praise and Reviews

“From this collection emerges a timely, poignant vision about what a truly secure and peaceful world might look like.”
—Erica Chenoweth, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School

“Passionate reflections from renowned activists and thinkers ranging in age from their twenties to their nineties, makes Indivisible an essential contribution to the discussion on forging an equitable and lasting peace for our fragile global community.”
—Helen Gym, Philadelphia City Council member and community organizer

Freeman elucidates not only the complexities of friendship, but the sanctity of motherhood and the pervasiveness of loss, how political corruption and the violence it breeds affects women uniquely. A heartbreaking and ultimately uplifting novel that celebrates our ability to transcend tragedy.— Rishi Reddi, author of Karma and Other Stories and winner of the 2008 PEN/L.L. Winship Award