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Direct Action

Direct action is at the heart of all human advancement. Sound like a grandiose claim? It is. But it’s also beautifully simple: direct action means that we take collective action to change our circumstances, without handing our power to a middle-person.

[…] Because direct action is a physical act, it often speaks louder and deeper than anything you might say or write. Ideally, you should choose your target and design your action so that the action itself tells the story.

[…] Direct action involves significant levels of risk for all involved. It is imperative to be careful, conscious and deliberate about the risks you take.

(From Beautiful Trouble)