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Aric McBay is an organizer, a farmer, and author of four books. He writes and speaks about effective social movements, and has organized campaigns around prisoner justice, Indigenous solidarity, pipelines, unionization, and other causes. His newest book, Full Spectrum Resistance, is a two-volume exploration of how to build effective movements and knit together struggles using diverse tactics.
• What are some myths you’ve encountered in social change work?
• What kinds of disruptions have been effective in bringing attention to the need for change in your communities?
• What commitments and passions do you have around social change? How do they inform the tactics you’re willing to engage or roles you can take on in movement work?
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