Draw The Line

A To Do list for changing the world. Artists share their passion and commitment to make things better in this fun and engaging collection. From simple ideas like signing a petition or going on a march, to more imaginative ones like becoming a ‘raging granny’ (old ladies who use their innocuous looks to gain entry into places like board meetings or arms fairs, and then create havoc). Many things can be done immediately, with little or no money at all. Others require a bit more planning. But all of them are steps that anyone can take if they want to enact change.How I Made It to Eighteen is a 2011 Bank Street – Best Children’s Book of the Year.

Dimensions ‏ : ‎7 x 0.5 x 9.5
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Street Noise Books (December 7, 2021)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 160 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1951491157
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-978-1951491154
Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 12.8 ounces

Adrienne maree brownAuthor of the New York Times Best Seller, Pleasure Activism
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A fantastic list of ways that people can begin to shape change. Artists continue to point the way!”
Paul Buhle
Paul BuhleEditor of Wobblies! and Howard Zinn's A People’s History of American Empire
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One of the truly brilliant comics of our time. It shows, with splendid art, just what people can do to save the world in all its wonders, from destruction, and to re-create their own lives in the process.”
Ezra Claytan Daniels
Ezra Claytan DanielsAuthor of Upgrade Soul
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An indispensable resource that squashes the old excuse ‘I don’t know how to help
Glynnis Fawkes
Glynnis FawkesAuthor of Persephone’s Garden
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Now I know what to do! A variety of graphic styles and media motivates readers to take up the challenge. One worth meeting when you hold such a vibrant guide in your hands. Pass it on to everyone you know!
Joel Christian Gill
Joel Christian GillAuthor of Fights
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Really engaging! A delightful collection of cartoonists tackling important issues and ideas
Karen Green
Karen Green Curator for Comics and Cartoons, Columbia University
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A picture truly is worth a thousand words. The book offers a global lineup of talent, and no matter what one’s capabilities are, the book suggests a host of choices, for individuals, families, educators, and activist groups.
Sabrina Jones
Sabrina Jones Author of Our Lady of Birth Control
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These irresistible bite-sized ideas add up to an explosion of hope.
Seth Tobocman
Seth Tobocman Author of The Face of Struggle and founder of the magazine World War 3 Illustrated
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Despair is not a revolutionary emotion. The radical approach leads to action. This book invites each of us to become a hero and to build a better world. That’s a great place to start!