Tools to Change the World

“Tools to Change the World: Study Guide Based on the Progressive Utilization Theory” is an instructional manual comprised of proven techniques that unlock our capacity to educate, to build collective power, and to make a change. The ‘tool box’ includes: telling your story, journaling, meditation, public speaking for activists, one-on-one interviews, consciousness-raising groups, choosing winning words and slogans, starting successful cooperatives, capturing media attention, leadership training, critical study, and unpacking privilege.

The many resources, activities, and links to articles and videos showcased in the pages of “Tools to Change the World: Study Guide Based on the Progressive Utilization Theory” will deepen your activist experience. The companion Facilitation Guide includes discussion questions, cooperative games, exercises, and more to excite and inspire a democratic study group and to encourage positive activities to transform both you and the world.

Critique: Thoroughly ‘user friendly’ in organization and presentation, “Tools to Change the World: Study Guide Based on the Progressive Utilization Theory” is impressively well written and extraordinarily ‘real world practical’, making it an ideal and instructive read for aspiring social activists seeking to improve themselves and the world around them. As informed and informative and it is inspired and inspiring, “Tools to Change the World: Study Guide Based on the Progressive Utilization Theory” is unreservedly recommended for personal, community, and academic library collections.

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