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This publication now in its 5th edition features four essays from Be Oakley, Lora Mathis, Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera and Kimi Hanauer on how the statement “Radical Softness as a Boundless Form of Resistance” resonates with their practice. In their essay To Those Whose Very Existence is an Act of Rebellion: An Exploration of Invisible Power, Hanauer states “ Taking inspiration from Albert Camus’ sentiment that, “The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion,” the interpersonal relationships I have fostered, which enact relations of power-sharing that do not exist in the ways our lives are otherwise structured, are the most impactful forms of “resistance” I have been fortunate enough to experience.” This powerful collection of texts is as timely as it is urgent in its exploration of alternative modes of protest, resistance and collective consciousness

Radical Softness As a Boundless Form of Resistance

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