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Guide to Effective Activism

To become more involved as an activist and have a positive impact on the world, consider the following suggestions for getting started.

"We will not resort to violence.
We will not degrade ourselves with hatred.
Love will not be returned with hate." - Martin Luther King Jr. [source | more]


Because volunteers are in short supply and your time is limited, it is essential to make the most of your efforts. Here are a few examples of how you can increase the impact of your activism efforts.

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The news media today tends to sensationalize activists as angry anti-social "fringe" members of our society. Terrorists are viewed as a type of religious or political activist. Environmentalists who turn to violence are labeled eco-terrorists. For this reason, there is a great need today for creative, constructive, and peaceful activism. Here are a few examples:


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