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Voices of Change: Inspiring Words from Activists Around the Globe — Edited by Kristen Hewitt

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Voices of Change: Inspiring Words from Activists Around the Globe brings together the transformative and empowering words of two centuries of activists in one bold and powerful quote book. Harriet Tubman's demand for her right to liberty or death stands beside Elie Wiesel's call to combat persecution wherever it stands.

Collected in one place, Voices of Change brings these stirring proclamations together to remind readers of the connections between movements across time and place for a more just world.

Contemporary activists like Colin Kaepernick, Angela Y. Davis, Ijeoma Oluo, and Greta Thunberg echo the words of celebrated reformers from the past, including Susan B. Anthony, Cesar Chavez, W. E. B. Du Bois, and Mother Jones.

Capsule biographies provide context for each quote, while moving portraits and protest photos from around the world remind readers that much of the work of activism happens on the ground and in the streets.

Voices of Change: Inspiring Words from Activists Around the Globe will inspire generations of activists and justice-minded readers to keep fighting for what they believe in.


Condition: New

Format: Paperback

Published: January 19, 2021

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press


Pages: 144

Dimensions: (W) x 0.6" (D) x 7.0" (L)

Rating: ★★★★ (See Contact Us /FAQs for more information)  


Kristen Hewitt is an editor at Princeton Architectural Press. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Warren Wilson College and lives in Western Massachusetts. Previously, she was a staff editor at Orion, a national nonprofit environmental magazine.