Surmountable: How Citizens from Selma to Seoul Changed the World
By Brian Gruber & Adam Monier Edwards
Surmountable is the book written for the millions of people who have been interested in social movements, but have been disheartened by their recent lack of progress. If you are tired of signing petitions that are ignored by politicians or corporations, co-authors Brian Gruber and Adam Monier Edwards present 13 optimistic stories from across 4 continents to show how social change has been successful in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.
There are plenty of first-hand accounts written about individual initiatives, philosophical treatises about what drives people, and academic theories about how one should act. Surmountable is the first real world analysis that includes over 40 original interviews with activists, historians, and citizens near key landmarks to inspire the next generation by offering practical insights on how to make a difference.
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– Jocelyn Benson, Michigan Secretary of State
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Printed in the USA on FSC and SFI sustainable paper, 340 pages. E-book also available.
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