How I resist : activism and hope for a new generation / [edited by] Maureen Johnson
Book | Wednesday Books | 2018 | First edition.

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Edition
First edition.
Description
xiv, 201 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents
Acknowledgements -- What is resistance -- Could we please give the police departments to the grandmothers? / Junauda Petrus -- Interview / Dylan Marron -- Keep doing what you're doing / Malinda Lo -- Why we all need to be activists right now / Lauren Duca -- Thoughts on resistance / Rebecca Roanhorse -- Interview / Jason Reynolds -- 5 things teens can do to enegage politics before turning 18 / Carolyn Dewitt -- Essay / Hebh Jamal -- Interview / Javier Munoz -- The lucky ones / Jennifer Weiner -- Letter to a sensitive brown queer / John Paul Brammer -- The clap back / Daniel J. Watts -- Interview / Ali Stroker -- When / Shaina Taub -- Part of the problem / KC Green -- Making stuff that matters / Dan Sinker -- I, wonder: imagining a black Wonder Woman / Maya Rupert -- Rosie O' Donnell's five resistance steps / Rosie O' Donnell -- Interview / Jacqueline Woodson -- An announcment from Muffy Higginbottom, President of Delta Sigma Tau Sorority Resistance Committee / Libba Bray -- Media-consciousness as part of resistance! / Jonny Sun -- Essay / Jodi Picoult -- Three easy steps to contact your reps / Kate Linnea Welsh -- Essay / Alex Gino -- Interview / Justin Mikita and Jesse Tyler Ferguson -- Poem / Sabaa Tahir -- The Jewish we / Dana Schwartz -- Cartoon / Jeffrey Rowland -- Refilling the well / Karuna Riazi -- The bigness trap -- The beginner's guide to books on resistance
Summary
In How I Resist, readers will find hope and support through voices that are at turns personal, funny, irreverent, and instructive. Not just for a young adult audience, this incredibly impactful collection will appeal to readers of all ages who are feeling adrift and looking for guidance.
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ISBN
9781250168368 (trade paperback)
1250168368 (trade paperback)
9781250168375 (ebook)
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