Undoing the Silence: Six Tools for Social Change Writing, New Village Press, 2007, available anywhere books are sold.
For over a decade, Undoing the Silence has been a source for writers who aspire to change the way we think and act. It offers tools honed by people in some of the world’s most elite universities as well as the environmental groups, labor unions, and local organizations that drive change from the grassroots. It tells the stories of people in all walks of life who’ve used the tools to develop critical thinking, gain comfort with their own powerful voices, change entrenched opinions, and work together across difference. Book events took place at eighty venues in fifteen states and three countries. Currently it’s being used in college and graduate courses, while helping women in South African townships and centering an international online writing workshop for street vendor organizers in Brazil, India, and more.
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