Best books about social movements

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Popular Social Movements Books

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Social Movements genre: new releases and popular books, including The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the s and the American Political.
Angela Y. Davis

Social Movements

Branch manages to draw in every significant s character and bit of zeitgeist, placing King in the full context of his times. Any book on a social movement needs to measure itself against Branch's achievement. The story of the original human-rights movement, the fight for slavery's abolition, is told here by an author who may be the master chronicler of this type of crusade. Particularly memorable is Hochschild's portrait of Thomas Clarkson, the lateth-century activist who pioneered many grassroots methods that would be used in human-rights strugglesto come. A group biography of the college students who kicked off the activism of the civil-rights movement by starting the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and instigating the Freedom Rides of Through sheer force of research, Halberstam does what the best books about social movements do, seamlessly zooming in on the personal and out to the historical. This is the most compelling narrative account of the birth of the Israeli and Palestinian nationalist movements, still struggling today over the same land.

Reading is one of the best solutions to a rainy day, cancelled plans, and maybe even the state of our world. Whether you're an activist or just want to take a deep dive into an issue you're passionate about immigration, racial justice, gun control a book is a great tool. The catalog of books coming out in is jam-packed with powerful writers and activists who are encouraging conversations in the hopes of creating a more inclusive, just society. In the below books, you'll hear from women's rights trailblazer Gloria Steinem , founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America Shannon Watts , former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue Elaine Welteroth , who helped prove teenage girls in this country care about both fashion and politics. Some books provide an escape from the never-ending news cycle while others rejuvenate your desire to protest on the streets, call your representatives, vote in upcoming elections, and continue the work of Whether you're interested in learning more about the LGBTQ movement, introducing a young reader to the power of community protests, or finding a YA book that features a Muslim American protagonist, consider adding these books to your TBR pile:. The book also features stories from refugee girls from around the world who, despite their devastating circumstances, demonstrate resilience and hope.

great time to upgrade your civil disobedience skills and add some of these Here are 25 essential books about protesting, to inspire your next act of . When We Fight, We Win: Twenty-First-Century Social Movements and.
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  1. Books shelved as social-movements: Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement by Angela Y. Davis, Poor.

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