Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Elizabeth Whitmore, Maureen G. Wilson & Avery Calhoun|
|LC Classifications||HM671 .A28 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 184 p :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||2010671016|
“Activism That Works is a powerful book. It will help both students and activists think about how to pursue social change in new and, ultimately, more productive ways. The editors set the stage with a brilliant introductory chapter (“Building Success in Social Activism”) that insists we must address both power and power inequalities as. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of o results for "activism" Skip to main search results. Get this from a library! Activism that works. [Maureen G Wilson; Elizabeth Whitmore; Avery Calhoun;] -- "The stories of eight diverse social justice movements-including the Alberta College of Social Workers, the Calgary Raging Grannies, Oxfam Canada, and the Youth Project of Halifax-are shared in this. 17 books every activist should read in Engaging with politics and social justice issues, whether it's climate change, race, or gender, can feel like work (and it is). Adrienne maree.
Say It and Go. In January of , I created a Facebook group called Rolls Not Trolls that now has nearly 1, members and has done tens of thousands of works of activism. The women in Nafisi’s book club risked imprisonment every week for over two years, simply by reading the works of authors like Jane Austen, . theme of the book, that is, in attempting to understand what constitutes ‘successful activism’ in complex contexts, there is no ‘right answer’ or ‘best practice’ when undertaking social justice oriented work. It is in this regard that the editors challenge how success is commonly perceived in . This wasn’t my first foray into activism, into community work: It’s been central to my life as a writer and novelist to lift up, amplify, and support the work and art of marginalized voices.
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