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Title: Lights, camera, activism
Authors: Galea, Raisa
Keywords: Student movements -- Case studies
Political art -- Case studies
Internet and activism -- Case studies
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Galea, R. (2019). Lights, camera, activism. THINK Magazine, 30, 10-11.
Abstract: In 2019, hardly anyone personifies activism more conspicuously than Greta Thunberg. Since August 2018, the teenager’s solitary calls for climate action have inspired millions of people to follow her example and take to the streets. The resulting wave of climate strikes is every activist’s dream come true: inspiring a mass movement to support a cause, passing on the flame of resistance, stirring the power of a democratic collective. What can we learn from this phenomenon?
ISSN: 2306-0735
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Think Magazine, Issue 30
Think Magazine, Issue 30

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