- 2021 INDIES Winner
- Bronze, Autobiography & Memoir (Adult Nonfiction)
Huber carefully recounts two anxiety-fueled days one fall. She is arrested as part of a climate protest in Times Square and must make it to her court appearance while also finding time to take her son to get his learner’s permit. Huber reflects on the meaning of protest and on whiteness and other forms of privilege within political activism and offers a wry, self-aware, and stirring testament to the everyday as a seedbed for meaningful change.