Witchcraft Activism: A Toolkit for Magical Resistance (Includes Spells for Social Justice, Civil Rights, the Environment, and More) (Inglês) Capa comum – 1 março 2019
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- Editora : Weiser Books (1 março 2019)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Capa comum : 192 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 1578636574
- ISBN-13 : 978-1578636570
- Dimensões : 13.21 x 1.52 x 21.34 cm
- Ranking dos mais vendidos: Nº 532,483 em Livros (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Livros)
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Sobre o Autor
David Salisbury is a queer, vegan witch and a devotee of the goddess Hekate. As High Priest of Coven of the Spiral Moon, he teaches Wicca-and witchcraft-based topics throughout the mid-Atlantic region. The focal point of his leadership is an activism and service-based approach that seeks to expand the unique gifts that each person came into the world with. He currently lives in Washington, DC where he works to cofacilitate Firefly, a national Wiccan tradition and head up the Firefly House, the largest pagan organization in the mid-Atlantic region with nearly 600 members. David has been featured in the major DC media, including the Washington Post online (the video profile was viewed 82K times). Visit him at www.daviddsalisbury.com.
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One excellent answer to that question is this book. While it's called "Witchcraft Activism," and there is certainly ample witchcraft in it, it throughly details how to be an effective activist. David Salisbury thoughtfully, respectfully, and diligently walks us through what we need to know to embark on a host of activist endeavors. Salisbury has been in the trenches of social change work for well over ten years, and he brings that experience to the reader in an accessible, straightforward manner. I would even recommend this book to people who are interested in activism and on the fence about witchcraft because of how effectively he breaks down the processes of activist work. This is where I would send anyone I know who is interested in witchcraft and has decided they want to do more to effect social change than post on social media, vote, and discuss politics with friends and family. Or even just consider what more they could do.
Having said that, I don't want to undersell the witchcraft element, which is certainly here and thoroughly presented. Salisbury shares many time-tested techniques for marrying magic with activism, giving specific examples of how to boost social change efforts with magic. This book is also short and quick to read, which inclines me to feel like I'd recommend it even to people who are only peripherally interested in activism because I think the process of social change is important for a critical mass of people to understand even if they never engage in most of the kinds of action detailed in this book. And the reality is, as magical practitioners, there are many ways we can boost the efforts of those doing direct, physical world action without leaving our homes. This important, timely book can help us do our part to bring about greater justice in the world, wherever we do that from.