Sideways photo of Anita Hill with her hand raised as she's sworn in.

I Still Believe Anita Hill

by Amy Richards Editor and Cynthia Greenberg Editor

Although Anita Hill's testimony was met with disbelief and humiliation, and did not prevent Clarence Thomas from attaining the Supreme Court seat he sought, it did inspire many women and men and changed the feminist movement. Twenty years later, I Still Believe Anita Hill brings together three generations of writers to reflect on Hill's testimony and its long-term impact. The essays explore the legal, political, and social implications of Hill's testimony, as well as the personal experiences of women and men who have been harassed. This collection is a powerful and important reminder of the ongoing fight against sexual harassment and is a must-read for anyone who cares about justice and equality. Contributors include Anita Hill herself, as well as by Melissa Harris-Perry, Catharine MacKinnon, Patricia J. Williams, Eve Ensler, Ai Jen Poo, Kimberly Crenshaw, Lynn Nottage, Gloria Steinem, Lani Guinier, Lisa Kron, Mary Oliver, Edwidge Danticat, and Kevin Powell.