Sharing an idea isn’t like snapping your fingers — things don’t just instantly change. But as more people hear an idea over time, it can trickle into people’s thinking — and shifts, both subtle and extreme, can happen as a result. In a TEDWomen session called “The 19th Minute,” host Courtney E. Martin invited several […]Continue reading
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In her upcoming book, The New Better Off, Courtney E. Martin explores how people are redefining the American dream with an eye toward fulfillment. Martin is a columnist for On Being, and the cofounder of the Solutions Journalism Network, Valenti Martin Media, and FRESH Speakers, as well as a strategist for the TED Prize and an editor emeritus at Feministing.com.
In her previous book Do It Anyway: The New Generation of Activists, she proﬁled eight young people doing social justice work, a fascinating look at the generation of world-changers who are now stepping up to the plate.
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“"Do It Anyway" asks the most difficult question possible: How can I make my life meaningful? The answers are varied, transformational, and necessary for us all.” — Jane Fonda