Thursday, April 18, 2024

Nadine Bloch and Folabi Olagbaju

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Nadine Bloch is the Training Director for Beautiful Trouble. As an innovative artist, nonviolent action practitioner, political organizer, direct-action trainer, and puppetista, she combines the principles and strategies of people power with creative use of the arts in cultural resistance and public protest. She is a contributor to the books "Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution," "Beautiful Rising: Creative Resistance from the Global South" and "We Are Many, Reflections on Movement Strategy from Occupation to Liberation." She is the author of a Special Report Education & Training in Nonviolent Resistance and the co-author of SNAP:An Action Guide to Synergizing Nonviolent Action and Peacebuilding. Folabi Olagbaju is currently the democracy campaign director with Greenpeace USA and a long time social justice activist.

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