Published August 2, 2004
by Reaktion Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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As one sign that really spoke to us at the Women’s March proclaimed, protesting is the new brunching. With rallies breaking out across the country on issues ranging from women’s rights to immigration, it’s safe to say that many Americans have started to take an active role in ’s why we’re stocking our bookshelves with reads for the activist, from firsthand accounts of Author: Ashley Macey. This intro to activism is book-ended by veterans of two iconic marches — a co-chair of the Women’s March on one end and an activist/author from the Selma Voting Rights March on the other. In between are inspiring photos of and quotes from kid activists doing their thing. This comprehensive handbook emphasizes the importance of everyday disability activism and how activists across the world bring together a wide range of activism tactics and strategies. It also challenges the activist movements, transnational and emancipatory politics, as well as providing future directions for disability activism. The book also explores how this fragility can lead white women to center themselves in their activism, a limiting factor in American feminism. Ultimately, it’s up to white women to listen to marginalized women, and use their privilege to fight with and for women collectively.