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Cancel The Apocalypse: Thoughts from an Anarchist Afrocentric Feminist Nonviolent Revolutionary

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In this collection of essays, lifelong educator and activist Eric S. Piotrowski explores a panorama of political issues, from race to gender to economics to warfare to ecology to power itself. Rejecting simplistic ideologies and dichotomies, he provides dialectical analysis based on facts, personal experience, and historical context. Although this book is aimed at younger ...more
Paperback, 177 pages
Published 2019 by Justified Textworks
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A primer for the young activist/revolutionary. Peppered with quotes and references that tie together into a woven through-line for paying attention and the requisite outrage such demands, Cancel the Apocalypse belongs on the same shelf with Alinsky's Rules for Radicals and your various Zinn editions. Designed to be read by younger folks and as a sort of autobiographical "Here's how I did it, your results may vary" approach to nascent activism, some of this may be lost on older audiences, but is ...more
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I'm a writer and high school English teacher. I also make electronic music; design websites; and host a podcast about education, economics, and killer robots. A lifelong video game addict, I'm also the co-host of the VeteranGamers podcast.

My work has appeared in the English Journal, The 3288 Review, and the poetry collection Home: Local Writers Reflect on Its Meaning.

I'm a lifelong political agita
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