After the protests are heard : enacting civic engagement and social transformation
Welch, Sharon D., author.
After the protests are heard : enacting civic engagement and social transformation / Sharon D. Welch.
New York : New York University Press, 
vii, 251 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Religion and social transformation.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction: the soul of democracy
- A declaration of interdependence: the science of democracy
- "The lightning of possible storms:" theories of social change
- "Go social, go green": environmentally sound and socially just economic development
- "Belonging, not belongings:" an economy of gratitude and reciprocity
- Global connections and cultural humility: the science and artistry of community engagement
- Just living: practices of catalytic social engagement
- Conclusion: the soul of democracy.
From the Women's March in D.C. to #BlackLivesMatter rallies across the country, there has been a rising wave of protests and social activism. Yet, the struggle for social justice continues long after the posters and megaphones have been packed away. After the protests are heard, how can we continue to work toward lasting change?
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