6 edition of Direct Actions found in the catalog.
September 30, 2005
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||384|
The case study at the center of Direct Action is the organizing and events that led to the dramatic protest against the Summit of the Americas in Québec City in Written in a clear, accessible style (with a minimum of academic jargon), this study brings readers behind the scenes of a movement that has changed the terms of debate about. Free download of Direct Action: An Historical Novel The nonviolent direct action movement of the s and s produced a series of handbooks, each building off the previous ones. While the specific action material is outdated, the material on group process, consensus, feminism, and oppression are still state-of-the-art thirty years later.
Direct Action By Tom Fitzgerald. Officially licensed for obooko members. Book Synopsis. Prologue: The Present The three men and one woman walked into the chief justice’s chamber on the eighth floor of the Department of Justice Building, better known as the J. Edgar Hoover building. They; along with the chief justice were all federal. Spaces for nonviolent direct action can be intense, scary and easily trigger a trauma response. And yet, those spaces are critically important right now to push for change. Our responses to violence and injustice have to match the escalation that it is responding to. And we are responding to incredibly escalated forms of harm.
A framework of strategic nonviolent direct action makes it easy to reject provocation. We know what we’ve agreed to — and anyone urging other courses of action can be reminded of those agreements or rejected. There’s plenty of room in this struggle for a diversity of movements and a diversity of organizing and actions. Direct action is anything you do outside of that, and the theory behind it is, you create situations that shine a spotlight on injustice and force a crisis that authorities need to address.
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This book is a timeless and relevant piece with detailed looks inside meetings and communications that all lead up to and include direct actions. Not only is this informative, but it builds a desire to want to start, support and/or be a part of activist actions.
A reaffirmation of the police state and power built on fear/5. With "Direct Action" David Graeber has written an important and timely book. If, as he argues, the ideology of the global justice movement, is embodied in its practices, then it really doesn't make sense to try and understand it by some generic or superficial description of its stated by: Direct Action (A Deckard Novel Book 3) - Kindle edition by Murphy, Jack.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Direct Action (A Deckard Novel Book 3)/5(). The book Direct Action: An Historical Novel took its name from this paper, and records dozens of actions in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Human rights activists have used direct action in the ongoing campaign to close the School of the Americas, renamed in the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation.
The novel recounts the actions, the lessons, the love lives, and the misadventures of a radical Bay Area community experimenting with political and artistic direct action, consensus, nonhierarchy, feminism, and a host of other social issues and practices. Direct Action chronicles the thrilling fast-paced action of the Guerrilla group that blew up the political activist scene of the 80's.
Hansen and her Anarchist group Direct Action were responsible for numerous dramatic political acts, including the bombing of the Litton Systems plant in Toronto/5. direct action n. The use of immediately effective acts, such as strikes, demonstrations, or sabotage, to achieve a political or social end.
direct action n (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) action such as strikes or civil disobedience, employed by organized labour or other groups to obtain demands from an employer, government, etc direct′ ac′tion n.
What are the micro-level interactions and conversations that underlie successful and failed diffusion. By comparing the spread of direct action tactics from the Global Justice Movement protests against the World Trade Organization in Seattle to grassroots activists in Toronto and New York, Lesley Wood argues that dynamics of deliberation among local activists both aided and blocked by: “L.A.
Kauffman's valuable book, Direct Action, is both a thematic history of a period and a dramatic exploration of the changing repertoire of protest tactics used by the American movements of the radical left. Beginning with the May 3, 'Mayday' anti-Viet-Nam War demonstration in Washington, DC, the book concludes with Black Lives Matter.
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Direct vs. Indirect Action. It will be easiest to understand the difference between direct and indirect action through a few examples: The Bad Friend.
By earlythe most important action was in Mississippi, where Bob Moses helped frame voter registration as nonviolent direct action in a way Lewis and the others from Nashville hadn’t.
Direct Action: Memoirs of an Urban Guerrilla is a book written by the Canadian anarchist Ann was published in the US by the anarchist book publisher AK Press on January 1,and simultaneously in Canada by Between the Lines Books.
An audio CD was released by the left-wing Canadian record label G7 Welcoming Committee Records on Octo under the name Direct Action. Direct Action Everywhere - DxE, Berkeley, California.
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Direct Action Resource Center, founded in by former Green Beret, R. Mason, is one of the leading training resource centers in the industry. DARC specializes in a myriad of tactical, technical and strategic planning, developmental training, testing, evaluation and implementation for the military, law enforcement, public agencies, US.
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Reflections, analysis, and debates address the shift in artistic practice from representation to direct social action. One of the most significant shifts in contemporary art during the past two decades concerns artists and collectives who have moved their artistic focus from representation to direct social action.
This book shows why this transition might change our understanding of artistic. Praise. L.A. Kauffman’s Direct Action is the best overview of how protest works—when it does—and what it’s achieved over the past 50 years.
—Rebecca Solnit, New York Times “It is impossible to overstate the importance of this book. Chances are that even if you know something about the recent history of the left in America, you probably only know a few isolated parts.
Direct Action. 26, likes talking about this. DIRECT ACTION® - Advanced Tactical Gear. Direct action, simply put, means cutting out the middleman: solving problems yourself rather than petitioning the authorities or relying on external institutions.
Any action that sidesteps regulations and representation to accomplish goals directly is direct action—it includes everything from blockading airports to helping refugees escape to safety and organizing programs to liberate your.Direct action is often practiced by people who have few resources, seeking to liberate themselves from an injustice.
People often conflate direct action with “getting arrested.” While sometimes getting arrested can amplify your message, or is strategically necessary to achieve your goal, it isn’t the point of direct action.Anthropologist David Graeber undertakes the first detailed ethnographic study of the global justice movement.
The case study at the center of Direct Action is the organizing and events that led to the one of the most dramatic and militant mass protests in recent years, against the Summit of the Americas in Quebec City. Written in a clear, accessible style (with a minimum of academic jargon.