Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul: How to Change the World in Quiet Ways

Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul

By Dorcas Cheng-Tozun. Offers six possible ideas for social justice work other than the traditional leading, advocating, organizing etc. These include:

  • Connectors: relational activists whose interactions and conversations build the social capital necessary for change
  • Creatives: artists and creators whose work inspires, sheds light, makes connections, and brings issues into the public consciousness
  • Record Keepers: archivists who preserve essential information and hold our collective memory and history
  • Builders: inventors, programmers, and engineers who center empathy as they develop society-changing products and technologies
  • Equippers: educators, mentors, and elders who build skills and knowledge within movements and shepherd the next generation of changemakers
  • Researchers: data-driven individuals who utilize information as a persuasive tool to effect change and propose options for improvement

With real-life examples of highly sensitive world-changers, expands the possibilities of how to have a positive social impact, affirming the particular gifts and talents that sensitive souls offer to a hurting world.

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