Florynce Kennedy was an outspoken feminist attorney, a Black Power activist and a daring human rights organizer who built alliances between oppressed groups that didn’t normally intersect. Flo Kennedy was “intersectional” long before the term was used. And she did it with great personality and flair. Judge Emily Jane Goodman tells the story of her charismatic friend who compelled many changes in laws and culture over the course of her long life, always using her voice and life force to organize people in the name of moving society toward fairness.