Out Now for Changemakers: “Talking About a Revolution” by Yassmin Abdel-Magied

Out Now for Changemakers: “Talking About a Revolution” by Yassmin Abdel-Magied

“Talking About a Revolution” is the fourth book by Sudanese Australian writer Yassmin Abdel-Magied, who is also a social justice activist, regular media presenter and former mechanical engineer.

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This essay collection is split into two parts: The Private and Public Self, and Systems and Society, speaking to the general idea of revolution but also to topics like hobbies, unconscious bias and big tech. She also revisits her controversial departure from Australia. 

The Saturday Paper’s Amal Awad said:

“This is a gathering of ideas and experiences from a matured Abdel-Magied, who speaks more freely and purposefully now as she interrogates how to operate in a world of absolutes, where social media in particular forces us into dispiriting circular ‘culture wars.’ It’s a confident, curious voice. If you believe that some people are destined to be a defiant voice of a generation, Yassmin Abdel-Magied fulfils the criteria.”

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