- faiga faavae
Noun(1) a policy of taking direct action to achieve a political or social goal
(1) Even more fatal was the revival of radical political activism in the army.(2) She's hoping that political activism will come out of the living rooms and into the streets.(3) Nonetheless many of these sites illuminate areas of environmental activism you might not have considered.(4) Only in recent months has political activism become vital and fashionable.(5) Most of the people that I know won't sign up to political activism in order to get better managers.(6) The American tradition of black civil rights activism is now expressed through this movement.(7) Through it all there is a strand of political activism that waxes and wanes, but never disappears.(8) In recent years, women's activism has impacted on other kinds of international conferences.(9) The anti-war protests around the world had a positive impact on pushing out these groups to take part in more activism .(10) There were some very dramatic phrases that came out of the anti-racist activism of the Communist Party.(11) He was into the student government and activism , plus he was a prolific dub poet.(12) Such an approach arguably can make for good social activism , but it begets bad theatre.(13) For a party steeped in a history of armed struggle they are none too keen on radical activism .(14) There are a host of seniors out there who have been forced into political activism .(15) They encouraged political activism by organising and advertising demonstrations and protests.(16) Anti-war activism by veterans over the years has been largely forgotten or downplayed.
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