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Webs of power : notes from the global uprising

Autor: Starhawk.
Editora: Gabriola Island, BC : New Society Publishers, ©2002
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"Since her arrest and five-day jail stay during the Seattle anti-WTO protests in November 1999, Starhawk has poured her energy into the global justice movement, participating in direct actions, leading nonviolence training workshops, and writing, always writing. Webs of Power is the outcome: an account from the front lines of that movement as it migrated from Seattle to Prague, then Brazil, Quebec City, and Genoa.  Ler mais...
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Starhawk.
Webs of power.
Gabriola Island, BC : New Society Publishers, c2002 (2003 printing)
(OCoLC)606886346
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Recurso Internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Starhawk.
ISBN: 0865714568 9780865714564
Número OCLC: 50273091
Descrição: x, 276 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Conteúdos: Seattle --
How we really shut down the WTO --
What's wrong with the WTO --
Making it real: initiation instructions, Seattle '99 --
Hermana Cristina's well --
A16 --
Cutting down the pines: why we're taking action against the World Bank and the IMF --
Sunday A16 --
Spirals: how to conjure justice --
Prague --
Letter to the third element --
Reply to Molly Mayhem --
Organizing in the face of increased repression --
Brazil --
What I learned from the world social forum --
Brazil: the first training --
Quebec City --
Quebec: letter to the Pagan listserve --
Weaving a web of solidarity: a feminist action against globalization --
Living river action --
Quebec City --
The bridge at Midnight Trembles: my story of Quebec City --
Quebec City: beyond violence and nonviolence --
Genoa --
Genova --
Friday, 7/20 --
From the IMC --
Saturday, 7/21 --
Fascism in Genoa --
A woman is dead in Padua --
Why we need to stay in the streets --
After Genoa: asking the right questions --
Courage and faith in hard times --
Washington, D.C., and 9-11 --
Strategy for the next phase --
Hold the vision --
Only poetry can address grief: moving foward after 9-11 --
Spells and counterspells: why act now? --
Our place in nature --
The practice of direct democracy --
Building a diverse movement --
Cultural appropriation --
"Many roads to morning:" rethinking nonviolence --
What we want: economy ans strategy for the end times --
Spirit and action.
Responsabilidade: Starhawk.
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"Since her arrest and five-day jail stay during the Seattle anti-WTO protests in November 1999, Starhawk has poured her energy into the global justice movement, participating in direct actions, leading nonviolence training workshops, and writing, always writing. Webs of Power is the outcome: an account from the front lines of that movement as it migrated from Seattle to Prague, then Brazil, Quebec City, and Genoa. As well as reporting the actions on the street, it includes a privileged glimpse behind the scenes, too, at the fierce discussion of the issues, strategies, and tactics of an always-evolving social movement. The book is also a personal vision of what an alternative future might look and feel like beyond the version offered up to us by the promoters of corporate globalization. Webs of Power is a unique contribution to our understanding of one of the most pivotal struggles of our time."--Jacket.

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