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Activism Tips By The Activists
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This is how you find your inner activist, this is how you fight for freedom, this is how you dance the dance of resistance. This is the perfect gift.
The Marine Activist By Derek P. Jones
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My career as an fisheries, marine and community activist specializing in deep sea corals from my home town in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Quotes for Activists By Rae Charlie
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Quotes for Activists is a collection of thoughts from organizers, radicals, feminists and great leaders.
Men's Rights Activists By Steeves Volmar
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An honest look at issues affecting Men of all Races, Backgrounds and Sexual Orientations in the Modern World. A bold look at Men’s Rights and ... More > Men’s Issues. From Father’s Rights and Men’s Health to the Crisis in Boys Education, Criminal Justice and Politics. Topics of great concern which modern men and anyone who cares about them should no longer ignore.< Less
Men's Rights Activists By Steeves Volmar
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An honest look at issues affecting Men of all Races, Backgrounds and Sexual Orientations in the Modern World. A bold look at Men’s Rights and ... More > Men’s Issues. From Father’s Rights and Men’s Health to the Crisis in Boys Education, Criminal Justice and Politics. Topics of great concern which modern men and anyone who cares about them should no longer ignore.< Less
Memoir of a Black Canadian Activist By Lyle Talbot, Carol Talbot
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This memoir, as a racial history, details the life experience Lyle Emerson Talbot, a black man born near Dresden, Ontario. His story opens with a report of a racist incident involving his father that... More > demonstrated how racism impacted Talbot even before he was born. Racial issues dotted his life until his retirement from the work world, but Talbot did not let these experiences defeat him. He was a pioneer in activist organizations at both the local and national level including participating in the first sit-ins in North America. On the personal level he took on such giants as the Ford Motor Company, the real estate industry in Windsor, Ontario and even the federal government. Interspersed with these elements are lively anecdotes that provide enlightening reading on the life and times of a black male growing up and working during a major segment of twentieth century southwestern Ontario. The reader can share Talbot's joys, frustrations and sorrows and even laugh at some of the humourous events described.< Less
Love, Grandma: Activists Write By Grandmothers Against the War
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An illustrated collection of over fifty letters to grandchildren of many ages, sharing experiences and values that lead to being active in creating a peaceful and just world. Life stories, poems,... More > expressions of hope and grief, the happy times and the sad times, all are here. Familiar and unfamiliar family stories, ideas that give pause to reflect on our times, and urge to action. Read and explore these stories of war, peace, social action and history in letters written to those we hope to inspire. These letters are from the hearts and lives of grandmothers as activists.< Less
Love, Grandma: Activists Write By Grandmothers Against the War
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An illustrated collection of over fifty letters to grandchildren of many ages, sharing experiences and values that lead to being active in creating a peaceful and just world. Life stories, poems,... More > expressions of hope and grief, the happy times and the sad times, all are here. Familiar and unfamiliar family stories, ideas that give pause to reflect on our times, and urge to action. Read and explore these stories of war, peace, social action and history in letters written to those we hope to inspire. These letters are from the hearts and lives of grandmothers as activists.< Less
Soon To Be Banned: Musings of a Media Activist By Jay Baker
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Over the years, media activist Jay Baker has been a working class man using methods outside the system to challenge authority and the corporate press it has influence over. This book contains a... More > compilation of his many weblogs and some never-before-seen contributions with revolutionary revelations that will shock and amuse you. In a time of banned protests, DNA databases, ID cards, CCTV cameras and police states, until the next piece of anti-terror legislation, you can still read this book. Enjoy it while you can, then pass it to a friend before you can be arrested for owning it!< Less
Pissing in the Mainstream: A Media Activist's Manifesto By Jay Baker
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In this exclusive, entirely original, one-of-a-kind book, media activism's current force, Jay Baker, goes against the overwhelming waves of mainstream radio, television, and print, and sticks it to... More > the damned dam of blocked information, explaining exactly why everything's gone wrong, and how we can make it right. Baker challenges the academics, the government, the green movement, the middle classes, Kalle Lasn and Adbusters, and defines a brand-new vision for activists' alternative media movement, in the end deciding that - far from countercultural drivel and piss - the mainstream needs oxygenating by a waterfall of alternatives from a raging river of rabble rousers.< Less