Linda Burnham is an activist and writer who has focused on women’s rights and racial justice since the 1960s. She is a co-editor of, and a contributor to, Power Concedes Nothing: How Grassroots Organizing Wins Elections. Burnham served as National Research Director and Senior Advisor at the National Domestic Workers Alliance for nearly a decade. She co-authored Home Economics: The Invisible and Unregulated World of Domestic Work and Living in the Shadows: Latina Domestic Workers in the Texas-Mexico Border Region. Burnham co-founded, with Miriam Ching Louie, the Women of Color Resource Center and served as the organization’s Executive Director for 18 years. In the 1970s, Burnham was a leader in the Third World Women’s Alliance. Burnham has published numerous articles on African-American women, African-American politics, and feminist theory in a wide range of periodicals and anthologies. She is currently working on Project2050, an inquiry into strategic thinking on the left. Burnham’s writing and organizing are part of a lifelong exploration of the dynamic intersections of race, class and gender.