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

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Wielding the Force: The Science of Social Justice
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 61,390. Language: Canadian English. Published: May 4, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Sociology
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.

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