Rise & Resist

Rise & Resist
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Publisher : Melbourne University
Total Pages : 241
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ISBN-13 : 0522873731
ISBN-10 : 9780522873733
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Book Synopsis Rise & Resist by : Clare Press

Download or read book Rise & Resist written by Clare Press and published by Melbourne University. This book was released on 2018 with total page 241 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Rise & Resist takes a wild trip through the new activism sweeping the world. The political march is back in a big way, as communities rally to build movements for environmental and social justice. But today's context calls for increasingly creative strategies to make our voices heard. Crossing the globe, Clare Press meets passionate change-makers who believe in the power of the positive. From eco warriors and zero wasters to knitting nannas, introvert craftivists to intersectional feminists, they're all up for a revolution of sorts. Are you? Join Press as she tracks the formation of a new counterculture, united by a grand purpose: to rethink how we live today to build a more sustainable tomorrow.


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