Tracing women's anger through history

Many of the women in history who made major change got to where they were by garnering their rage into forward movement. Rebecca Traister brings that narrative to light in her new book "Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger."

MPR News host Kerri Miller sat down with Traister at the Fitzgerald theater on October 17 as a part of the Talking Volumes series. They talked about how women have used their anger to drive social change and what that looks like in the #metoo movement.

You can listen to the full discussion using the audio player above.

Guest: Rebecca Traister is a writer who has worked for New York magazine and Elle.

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