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Titre Read & riot : a Pussy Riot guide to activism / Nadya Tolokonnikova.
Auteur Tolokonnikova, Nadejda, 1989- author
Éditeur San Francisco : HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2018]
©2018.
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Sujet anglais Tolokonnikova, Nadejda, 1989-
Pussy Riot (Musical group)
Musicians -- Political activity -- Russia (Federation)
Political participation
Protest movements -- Russia (Federation)
Sujet français Tolokonnikova, Nadejda, 1989-
Pussy Riot (Groupe musical)
Musiciens -- Activité politique -- Russie
Participation politique
Contestation -- Russie
Description viii, 248 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Édition First edition.
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-248)
Dépouillement Rule no. 1: Be a pirate -- Rule no. 2: Do it yourself -- Rule no. 3: Take back the joy -- Rule no. 4: Make your government shit its pants -- Rule no. 5: Commit an art crime -- Rule no. 6: Spot an abuse of power -- Rule no. 7: Don't give up easy. Resist. Organize. -- Rule no. 8: Break out from prison -- Rule no. 9: Create alternatives -- Rule no. 10: Be a (wo)man.
Résumé The face of modern protest is wearing a brightly colored ski mask. Nadya Tolokonnikova, founding member of the Russian activist group Pussy Riot, is a creative activist, professional protestor, brazen feminist, shocking visual artist, and force to be reckoned with. Her spontaneous, explosive approach to political action has involved jumping over barbed wire, kissing police officers, giving guerilla performances in crowded subway cars, and going on a hunger strike to protest the abuse of prisoners. She's been horse-whipped by police in Sochi, temporarily blinded when officers threw green paint in her eyes, and monitored by the Russian government. But what made Nadya an activist icon overnight happened on February 21, 2012, when she was arrested for performing an anti-Putin protest song in a Moscow church. She was sent to a Russian prison for 18 months and emerged as an international symbol of radical resistance, as calls to "Free Pussy Riot" resounded around the world. With her emblematic ski mask, black lipstick, and unwavering bravery, Nadya has become an emissary of hope and optimism despite overwhelming and ugly political corruption. Read & Riot is structured around Nadya's ten rules for revolution (Be a pirate! Make your government shit its pants! Take back the joy!) and illustrated throughout with stunning examples from her extraordinary life and the philosophies of other revolutionary rebels throughout history. Rooted in action and going beyond the typical "call your senator" guidelines, Read & Riot gives us a refreshing model for civil disobedience, and encourages our right to question every status quo and make political action exciting--even joyful.
ISBN 9780062741585 (hardcover)
Autre titre Read and riot
   
   
 
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 L'OCTOGONE - Adultes - Documentaires    322.4 T65r 2018  RETOUR 20-08-02
 
 
 
   
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