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The Movements of Movements: Part 2: Rethinking Our Dance

by Jai Sen

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Our world today is not only a world in crisis but also a world in profound movement, with increasingly large numbers of people joining or forming movements: local, national, transnational and global. The dazzling diversity of ideas and experiences recorded in this collection capture the fluidity within campaigns for a more equitable planet. Rethinking our Dance offers a range of essays from activists in Afghanistan, Argentina, Brazil, Niger and Taiwan, as well as from Europe and North America that address the question, 'What do we need to do in order to bring about justice and peace?'… (more)

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Our world today is not only a world in crisis but also a world in profound movement, with increasingly large numbers of people joining or forming movements: local, national, transnational and global. The dazzling diversity of ideas and experiences recorded in this collection capture the fluidity within campaigns for a more equitable planet. Rethinking our Dance offers a range of essays from activists in Afghanistan, Argentina, Brazil, Niger and Taiwan, as well as from Europe and North America that address the question, 'What do we need to do in order to bring about justice and peace?'

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