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We Need to Talk
Sexual Violence, Survivorship and Solidarityav Agnes Torok219Skickas inom 7-10 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.We Need To Talk is a poetry collection on sexual violence, survivorship and solidarity. We Need To Talk instead looks at gender-based violence structurally, taking Agnes's own experiences as a starting point to discuss the normalization of sexual violence in contemporary society. Agnes pulls no punches in this frank and honest collection, and she is right. We do need to talk about this.
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This book was a one-woman spoken word show before it was a book. It was called If You're Happy andYou Know It - Take This Survey. It won awards and toured festivals for science, wellbeing and arts.Before this book was a spoken word show, it was a ...
Award-winning poet, TED speaker and activist Agnes Toeroek writes with hope and hilarity, exhaustion and empathy about the need to get out of bed and pay the bills and fall in love and over-water the pot plans - all while the revolution needs you....
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'A book of rage and hope, revolutionary and sanguine. Anger has never been more beautiful. Agnes Torok has given us an essential guide to surviving sexual terrorism and gender based violence, and a map to navigating the darkest and loneliest places within our culture.This book is the sound silence makes when it breaks. This book has come to reclaim our stories.' - JOELLE TAYLOR
Agnes Torok is an award winning spoken word artist and spoken word theatre writer. She is an author and TED speaker. A workshop leader and poetry event organiser. Torok has been invited to perform on four continents and has toured internationally in two languages. Having headlined international poetry festivals, arts festivals and science festivals, Torok is regularly invited to lecture at universities and schools about the topics closest to her heart: mental health and gender-based violence.