Presenting case studies of Costa Rican millennial leaders, Millennial Movements shows how youth activists in San José draw from global solutions to address the local problems inhabiting their city. Identifying with the youths that they encounter in each chapter, students will be inspired by the strategies and skills used by these leaders and can adapt them to their own schools and communities.
|Publisher:||University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division|
|Series:||Teaching Culture: UTP Ethnographies for the Classroom Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Table of Contents1. Introduction
2. Placemaking, Community-Building, and Appropriation of Public Space
3. Urban Environmental Sustainability and Eradication of Sexism
4. Growers' Markets, Local Foods, and Sustainable Business Models
5. A Pay-it-Forward Strategy to Combat Food Insecurity
6. Successful Offshoots of a Supposedly Failed Movement
7. LGBTQ+ Activism in the Long Term
8. An Invitation to Action
What People are Saying About This
"Each chapter of Millennial Movements is a human story prompting students to take action, and to consider the possibilities of mobilization in their own communities."
“Each chapter of Millennial Movements is a human story prompting students to take action, and to consider the possibilities of mobilization in their own communities.”
“Millennial Movements is a fascinating portrait of emerging social movements in a rapidly changing world. Using vivid ethnographic examples, Stocker explores the interconnections between food justice, environmental and cultural preservation, and LGBTQ+ activism and illustrates the complex ways in which local and global forces shape contemporary politics. The clearly articulated framework will help students apply what they learn about Costa Rican activism to their own lives and communities."