Wielding the Force: The Science of Social Justice

Warning: May cause an outbreak of social justice.

New scientific information about our brains, hearts and the biology of human interaction will amaze and delight those who seek a more generous, compassionate and peaceful world. This new knowledge can inform, transform and revolutionize movement building as well as activist wellbeing. More

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About Zainab Amadahy

Of African American, Cherokee and European heritage, Zainab is an author, singer/songwriter and educator. Among her publications are "Indigenous Peoples and Black Peoples in Canada: Settlers or Allies” for Breaching the Colonial Contract: Anti-Colonialism in the US and Canada. She also contributed to Strong Women’s Stories: Native Vision and Community Activism and authored the feminist science fiction novel Moons of Palmares. Zainab’s new book Wielding the Force: The Science of Social Justice explores the mind/body/spirit connection and its relevance to social justice, activism and community organizing. For more information about Zainab’s work at www.swallowsongs.com.


Can Emerging Science Inform Community Work and Social Change?
This is the Intro to a multi-video series exploring the question DOES NEW AND EMERGING SCIENCE SUPPORT SOCIAL JUSTICE & COMMUNITY ORGANIZING? This series might be of interest to you if you’re a social justice activist, community worker, social worker, student, artist or anyone who is interested in creating a better world.

The Story We Tell Ourselves
In this first video of the series I reclaim the concept of "science".


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