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How to Start a Revolution

How to Start a Revolution

IN NOVEMBER 2016, MANY PEOPLE WOKE UP TO A WORLD THEY DIDN’T RECOGNIZE: A NEW PRESIDENT WAS IN POWER. TWENTY-FOUR HOUR NEWS COVERAGE AND SOCIAL MEDIA UNFOLDED LIKE A HORROR FILM. ALL AT ONCE, EVERYTHING CHANGED.

In 2016, Journalist Lauren Duca produced a piece for Teen Vogue titled ‘Donald Trump is Gaslighting America’. It went viral and signaled a shift for millennials from political alienation to political participation.

In How to Start a Revolution, Duca investigates and explains the issues at the root of an ailing political system and explores how millennials are the key to political change, providing knowledge and tools for how to make the most of a political awakening.

‘Lauren Duca is the millennial feminist warrior queen of social media. I cannot wait to hear more from this fearless and important new voice’ Ariel Levy, author of Female Chauvinist Pigs

‘Lauren Duca is the kind of writer that makes you cackle, cheer, and, more important, confront where we are and where we need to go as a culture’ Janet Mock
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Genre: Society & Social Sciences / Politics & Government

On Sale: 17th September 2019

Price: £9.99

ISBN-13: 9780349011905

Reviews

In this inspiring guide . . . Duca's conversational prose and clear passion for equality allow her to galvanize without preaching. This call to action will resonate even with those who are not already involved in progressive politics
Publishers Weekly
We need fresh, intelligent, and creative voices like Lauren's now as much-perhaps more-than ever before
Dan Rather
The firebrand journalist explores how young people can challenge the status quo
The i
Duca is the millennial feminist warrior queen of social media
Ariel Levy
Lauren Duca is the kind of writer that makes you cackle, cheer, and, more important, confront where we are and where we need to go as a culture
Janet Mock