I am so excited to share information about my book: A Political Memoir
Outside In published by Between The Lines.
You can order the book from Amazon or from your favourite local independent bookstore.
The next book event is July 26 in North Vancouver. See details here.
On August 29th I will be in Nelson, BC. See the poster below.
On September 3rd, I will be in Courtenay, BC at the Vancouver Island Regional Library.
And I am looking forward to an evening event in Montreal on September 16! Details to follow soon.
I hope you will join me at a book event in a city near you!
To inquire about a speaking engagement please use the contact form.
Here is what people are saying about “Outside In”
In a time of peak cynicism about the political class, Libby has always been the exception. For decades, she has been a human bridge between the passions of activism and the pragmatism of the electoral sphere. It is no surprise then, that this book is quintessential Libby: principled and brave, full of energy and generosity. Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything
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Libby Davies has been a social activist for 45 plus years and began as a community organizer in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside in 1972. She was elected to Vancouver City Council for 5 consecutive terms, 1982-1993. As the Member of Parliament for Vancouver East for six consecutive terms, 1997-2015, she became NDP House Leader, (2003-2011) and Deputy Leader (2007-2015). Libby continues to be an outspoken advocate for human rights, housing, peace, and social justice. She was awarded the Order of Canada in 2016.
Libby was appointed to the board of governors of Vancouver Community College in 2018, and serves as Vice Chair. She is also a board member and Vice Chair, of the Portland Hotel Community Services Society (PHS).
She is the author of “Outside In: A Political Memoir” (May 2015, published by Between The Lines, Toronto) and is a frequent public speaker on progressive transformative change and its relationship to politics. Libby is currently writing a new book.