[[ Audible ]] How to Start a Revolution Author Lucy-Anne Holmes – Selindameditasyon.com

How to Start a Revolution A bite sized guide to making change happen and the story behind the No More Pagecampaign, written by its founder Change doesn t just happen It starts with the idea that something could be different, could be better It starts with a person who is brave enough to stand up and say, Stop This is what Lucy Anne Holmes did when she wrote a letter to the editor of The Sun asking him to stop printing pictures of topless women on Pageof the paper This was something that had been happening for forty five years but which she suddenly realised she found outdated and inappropriate and, after thinking about it, not unrelated to a lot of the bad things that happen to womenLaunching a digital campaign, starting an online petition and recruiting a team of like minded people, Lucy Anne started a revolution Hundreds of thousands of people signed the petition, wore the campaign t shirt and dared to say NoMorePage Lucy Anne had never campaigned on anything before She wasn t particularly political She d never been confrontational But she found that you only need one thing to start a campaign and it isn t cash, experience or even a thick skin It s passionIf you have a desire to change something, read what Lucy Anne has to say She s been there, done that, worn the t shirt and come out the other side having made a difference in the world

About the Author: Lucy-Anne Holmes

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10 thoughts on “How to Start a Revolution

  1. Malcolm Malcolm says:

    In my not so respectable middle age I find myself reflecting from time to time on what it means to be an activist, and on my coming to activism in the late 1970s as a long run of mass movement politics was coming to a head In the UK, where I now live, this long run took in the peace movement of the 1950s and the trade union and workers activism of the 1980s in New Zea

  2. Nicole Nicole says:

    This was a quick, straightforward guide for how to start a campaign framed by the story of the NoPage 3 campaign It was very positive and encouraging, but nothing to write home about Still, I respect Lucy Anne Holmes for what she did and for this effort to kickstart that activist spark in others.

  3. Caleb Caleb says:

    A short and snappy introduction to the whats and hows of launching a campaign based off Lucy s experience with the NoPage 3 campaign A solid book that while not being a road map to making change points you in the right direction and get your excited to get on the road.

  4. Linda Linda says:

    Short and interesting about Lucy Anne being fed up with pictures of halt naked women in family newspapers.

  5. Simon Simon says:

    Good little book, this Has some practical tips on how to get your ideas out there, as well as a candid tone.

  6. Emma Dargue Emma Dargue says:

    Interesting how to guide from the founder of nopage 3 which takes you through the key points about how to sort out the world essentially Really good.

  7. S. S. says:

    Good advice for activism.

  8. Lewis Akers Lewis Akers says:

    Good entry level book for new political activists.

  9. Mrs Claire Milne Mrs Claire Milne says:

    Interesting book about a worthwhile and passionately carried out campaign.

  10. Eleanor Pilcher Eleanor Pilcher says:

    This is the short non fiction books written by Lucy Anne Holmes, the girl behind the No More Page 3 campaign What started off as a minor irritancy turned into a national campaign This is a short description of how that campaign started, what she did and what happened Quick, interesting read.Review This is the short non fiction books written by Lucy Anne Holmes, the girl behind the No More Page 3 campaign What started off as a minor irrita

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