Good Trouble: Lessons from the Civil Rights Playbook
by Christopher Noxon Author
Tired of being cynical about today's political climate? Learn how to approach activism and contemporary social movements using the tools found in history's civil rights movements from the 1950's-60's. Learn about iconic shifts in the culture, whether it be the Montgomery bus boycott or the Greensboro sit-ins. As a journalist, Christopher Noxon brings his love of history and digging up information to this beautifully-illustrated book, with new information and water-color imagery on every page. Learn how to more effectively protest to change the world around you, while also getting the scoop on the way people have done it in the past.
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