Amidst the upsurge of racial justice and other popular movements, where is the fiction showing us the drama and adventure of activism?
How does full and fair representation of activists in fiction help protect activists doing their risky work in the belly of the Beast?
What are Liberated Zones? A tent dwelling in Occupy DC, one of the many anti-capitalist communities of the worldwide Occupy Movement that experimented with collective, cooperative means of organizing daily life as they protested inequality. Standing Rock, North Dakota, “liberated zone” in the struggle of Indigenous peoples and allies to protect Earth and humanity from […]
We need to understand the nature of love in the activist community, to protect it from the constant attacks of the Beast.
Stories connecting people with authentic activist s/heros, showing how they live, love and create movements, can make it harder to marginalize and harm real-life activists.
Standing Rock, ND—Native Water Protectors and allies create encampments to sustain a massive anti-pipeline movement in a cooperative, participatory community.
Fiction featuring activists and activist settings, portrayed authentically and challenging stereotypes, could be a powerful tool for organizing.
Neighborhood Novelists in the Wall’s Shadow US-Mexico Border Collective Novel-Writing Project [More info soon…]
Union organizers and strikers get attacked from many directions. Turns out this also includes fiction.