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Engaging Resistance

Engaging Resistance

Dr. Aaron Anderson is about to release a new book from Stanford Press, Engaging Resistance: How Ordinary People Successfully Champion Change.

I’m quoted in the book (well, assuming the quote survives the final edit), which is quite an honor. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time I’ve been cited by a scholar.

Preorder it now and Selby Group will donate 6.5% of the purchase price to McKinley School in San Francisco.

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  • Aaron Anderson
    Posted at 14:33h, 13 January Reply

    Thanks for posting this Jennifer & doubly thank you for the generous gift to McKinley Elementary, on of SFUSD’s shining gems.

    FYI, there was a short delay in the shipping, and the books should be to the warehouse by the end of this month, and out to folks who purchase them in the following weeks. Also there is a bulk discount if you order through the Stanford University Press > than 100 copies, but you would have to do it direct through the Press by contacting their bulk orders person. The savings could be considerable.

    Oh, and I haven’t seen a copy of it, but last I saw the contents, your quote is still in there.



  • Jennifer Selby Long
    Posted at 14:48h, 19 January Reply

    Congrats, Aaron! A book is a monumental achievement.

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