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Book Club Revisited: This Is an Uprising: How Nonviolent Revolt Is Shaping the Twenty-First Century by Mark Engler

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Phantom_fox This post is for a followup discussion:

Are there movements or organizations that we are interested in?
Is there information, articles or data we can look into?
If yes, please post and share for our following discussion on October 4th @3pm.


Phantom_fox These are questions discussed on September 27th @3pm.

What would you rate the book overall?
How did it make you feel?
Was there an example of an action that had an effect on you?
Was there any information in the book that surprised you?
Did you feel engaged by an example or idea set in the book?
Did you think of any organizing or movements you would like to create or be part of?
In the book chapter, the Dividers, it points out that polarization helps clarify public sentiment by making people take a stand. Do you believe the BLM movement is doing this?
Do you find parallels in action and political standing now and in 1960’s with the civil rights era?
Have you ever been part of a movement?


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