” . . . presents creative ways of drawing attention to injustice.”Ruth Latta, The Compulsive Reader
“Simply the most up-to-date and complete compendium of creative activist case studies and theories out there. It’s indispensable.”
— Stephen Duncombe, NYU
Want to use Beautiful Trouble in your classroom? We can get you started! Here are some ideas on how to engage in the creative spirit of Beautiful Trouble with your students and peers.