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Living My Life: Both Volumes, Complete and Unabridged; The Autobiography of a Social Activist, Women’s Rights Campaigner and Political Philosopher By Emma Goldman
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Emma Goldman is one of the most celebrated activists and philosophers of the early 20th century, admired and reviled for her anarchist ideas and vociferous support of free speech and personal... More > liberation. A polarizing figure in life, Emma Goldman was among the first advocates of birth control for women. From 1900 to 1920 she was in and out of jail in the United States on charges of illegally promoting contraception, inciting riots in favor of her social and economic causes, and discouraging potential recruits to avoid the draft for World War I. Although Goldman initially supported the Bolshevik Revolution, the resulting Soviet Union’s repressiveness caused an abrupt reversal in her opinion. Goldman’s narrative is thorough yet compelling; her childhood in Russia, her emigration to the USA as a teenager, and her attraction to anarchist and social causes is told.< Less
Post-script to Fashion-able, or a methodological appendix to activist design research By otto von busch
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A methodological journey examining a series of activist approaches to design research. The book is a methodological appendix for design research, discussing a number of intersecting and overlapping... More > lines of artistic and academic research practices. Taking a hacktivist perspective, the methodology explores how action and participatory forms of research, interventions, interrogative practice and small change intensifications can shape new research agendas and applications. By using a "nomadic" practice and "diffractive" thinking the methods aim to create new possibilities and open wider action spaces for grounded design research with "rhizomatic" validity, all in an effort to redesign design.< Less
Activists and the Long March Home Ebook : Class Geography, Conviviality, Melancholy Territory - Humble Origins 3 By Mike Hales
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A libertarian socialist explores what his baby-boomer generation of activists has learned and how this may be re-mixed, in times that have changed so much and changed so little. The book is written... More > in three ‘voices’ represented in its subtitle. *Class geography* is a voice for the profound capacity of ordinary working people, to know, to make and to self-manage. *Melancholy territory* is a voice for the profound diversity of persons. And *conviviality* represents the commitment to liberation, enacted in forms of facilitative practice (one of the great political discoveries of the Baby-boomer generation), and in a dhamma path through the wild worldly landscape of human minds that have a long way to go, evolution-wise. This is work in progress (as are we ourselves!). The present version comprises prologue, three introductory chapters and postscript. This is the third of three volumes exploring 'humble origins' in different times and modes.< Less
Activists and the Long March Home : Class Geography, Conviviality, Melancholy Territory - Humble origins volume 3 By Mike Hales
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A libertarian socialist explores what his baby-boomer generation of activists has learned and how this may be re-mixed, in times that have changed so much and changed so little. The book is written... More > in three ‘voices’ represented in its subtitle. *Class geography* is a voice for the profound capacity of ordinary working people, to know, to make and to self-manage. *Melancholy territory* is a voice for the profound diversity of persons. And *conviviality* represents the commitment to liberation, enacted in forms of facilitative practice (one of the great political discoveries of the Baby-boomer generation), and in a dhamma path through the wild worldly landscape of human minds that have a long way to go, evolution-wise. This is work in progress (as are we ourselves!). The present version comprises prologue, three introductory chapters and postscript. This is the third of three volumes exploring 'humble origins' in different times and modes.< Less
Killed In Action: The Life and Times of SP4 Stephen H. Warner, Draftee, Journalist and Anti-War Activist By Arthur J. Amchan
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Killed In Action is a historical account of the Vietnam Era told through the life of SP4 Stephen H. Warner, an anti-war activist who was drafted in 1969 after finishing his first year at Yale Law... More > School. After induction into the Army, Steve remained bitterly opposed to the Vietnam War. However, when sent to Vietnam as a public information specialist, he repeatedly volunteered to go out into the field to write human interest stories about the combat soldiers. He often expressed a desire to emulate Ernie Pyle, who wrote such stories about the combat soldiers in World War II. Like Ernie Pyle, Steve was killed in action. In February 1971 the vehicle on which he was riding in Quang Tri Province was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade, killing Steve and three other American soldiers. Killed In Action contains 22 photographs taken by Steve Warner during his travels around Vietnam, as well as a selection of his human interest articles.< Less
The "People Power" Law/ Government/ Media/ Politics Superbook: Book 5. Activist Guide (Why Care About Anything?) By Tony Kelbrat
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The reason some people give a damn about life beyond their little comfort zone is because they can't help it. They were born that way. They have a sense of inner accountability that drives them to... More > give a damn and do something about it. I believe God told me that I must use whatever power there is inside of me to try to help the desperate, poor people of the world get some of that money that governments routinely spend on their own selfish interests. Voltaire, the French Enlightenment Era philosopher, said, "Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do." Be accountable for what you feel is good and right. If you're not, your life is a tragedy despite what delusions you live under. Some people come to the conclusion that they must fight for goodness, justice and a clean planet based on experience.< Less
A Tramp Across the Continent: An Adventurer, Journalist and Activist for Native American Rights and Nature’s Preservation Journeys Across North America (Hardcover) By Charles F. Lummis
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Charles F. Lummis tells of an America long departed, when the western and southern frontiers were wilderness, nature untrammeled and settlers rugged in the face of unforgiving conditions. Written as... More > a retrospective of the adventurer's youth, A Tramp Across the Continent, through its varied events and encounters, transports the reader to an era lost to time. The tale begins in 1884, when the author - disgruntled and unhappy with the tedium of everyday life - sets off from Ohio with the intention of reaching California on foot. His trek, spanning some 3,500 miles and 144 days, is filled with joy, pain and lessons aplenty. The author traverses several of North America's most distinctive landscapes; the bare Midwestern plains, the rugged Rocky Mountains, the deserts of Arizona, and finally the valleys and hills of California. It is the people however which make the journey of Lummis so unique; he is accosted by outlaws multiple times, but evades robbery with a combination of bravado and his trusty revolver.< Less
A Tramp Across the Continent: An Adventurer, Journalist and Activist for Native American Rights and Nature’s Preservation Journeys Across North America By Charles F. Lummis
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Charles F. Lummis tells of an America long departed, when the western and southern frontiers were wilderness, nature untrammeled and settlers rugged in the face of unforgiving conditions. Written as... More > a retrospective of the adventurer's youth, A Tramp Across the Continent, through its varied events and encounters, transports the reader to an era lost to time. The tale begins in 1884, when the author - disgruntled and unhappy with the tedium of everyday life - sets off from Ohio with the intention of reaching California on foot. His trek, spanning some 3,500 miles and 144 days, is filled with joy, pain and lessons aplenty. The author traverses several of North America's most distinctive landscapes; the bare Midwestern plains, the rugged Rocky Mountains, the deserts of Arizona, and finally the valleys and hills of California. It is the people however which make the journey of Lummis so unique; he is accosted by outlaws multiple times, but evades robbery with a combination of bravado and his trusty revolver.< Less
Fourth-Wave Feminist - A Decade in Battle A Political Activist’s Mission and Essays for a Better, Brighter and Equal World By Susan Graham
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A Semi biography/ Essay Book with my adventures in the Feminist Movement and as its newest Leaders. Me a young woman from a Metropolitan city with mad ambitions to make this world Better
The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 37. Activist Guide (Why Care About Anything Beyond Yourself? What Really Matters Anyway) By Tony Kelbrat
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The reason some people give a damn about life beyond their little comfort zone is because they can't help it. They were born that way. They have a sense of inner accountability that drives them to... More > give a damn and do something about it. I believe God told me that I must use whatever power there is inside of me to try to help the desperate, poor people of the world get some of that money that governments routinely spend on their own selfish interests. Voltaire, the French Enlightenment Era philosopher, said, "Every man is guilty of all the good he did not do." Be accountable for what you feel is good and right. If you're not, your life is a tragedy despite what delusions you live under. Some people come to the conclusion that they must fight for goodness, justice and a clean planet based on experience.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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