Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All
by Elisa Camahort Page, Carolyn Gerin, and Jamia Wilson
Published by Ten Speed Press
A direct, snappy guidebook that showcases the right tools for making the changes you want to see in the world. Featuring interviews with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, #BlackLivesMatter founder Patrisse Cullors, Tavi Gevinson, Craig Newmark, Soledad O'Brien, and many more.
The Lower Eastside Girls Club is using Road Map for Revolutionaries for New York City-wide curriculum.
“The Lower Eastside Girls Club is thrilled to use Road Map for Revolutionaries as part of our curriculum for our new city-wide initiative New Girl City: Agents of Change. The initiative introduces young women across New York City to various components of civic engagement. We are training the next generation of girl changemakers, civic leaders and activists for New York City, State and beyond! At our January 2019 launch, all sixty participants received a copy of Road Map for Revolutionaries as a resource to use at home and in the field. It is accessible, exciting, and a great way for young people to get their start!”
-Erikka James, Lower East Side Girls Club
"Road Map for Revolutionaries answers all the questions you were afraid to ask, plus some you never thought of. It's portable, requires no batteries or electricity, and was created by three smart women. I recommend it!"
—Gloria Steinem, activist and writer
"In a world overrun with think pieces published hours after the most recent breakdown of democracy, Road Map is a lucid, refreshing, and concise guide that astutely demonstrates how to transform rage into productive, long-term resistance."
—Anjali Enjeti, Rewire.News
“If you’re eager to make a difference but don’t know where to start, this handbook is a must.”
—Victoria Rodriguez, Mashable
Available now at these fine establishments!
Check out the full Road Map for Revolutionaries Book Tour Info and RSVP here: https://roadmapforrevolutionaries.splashthat.com/
National Caregiving Conference, Chicago IL
November 8-9, 2019
featuring Elisa Camahort Page
Keynote: Tools for Everyday Activists
Panel: The Power of Storytelling in Advocating for Change in Caregiving
More info and tickets here: https://www.caregiving.com/ncc19/
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