The Stop: How The Fight For Good …

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Fight Like a Mother by Shannon Watts

Fight Like a Mother: How a Grassroots Movement Took on the Gun Lobby and Why Women Will Change the World by Shannon Watts
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Overview: Shannon Watts was a stay-at-home mom folding laundry when news of the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary flashed across the television screen. In one moment, she went from outraged to engaged and decided to do something about it. What started as a simple Facebook group to connect with other frustrated parents grew into Moms Demand Action, a national movement with millions of supporters and a powerful grassroots network of local chapters in all 50 states. Shannon has been called "the NRA’s worst nightmare”-and her army of moms have bravely gone up against the gun lobby, showing up in their signature red shirts, blocking the hallways of congress with their strollers, electing gun sense candidates and running for office themselves, proving that if the 80 million moms in this country come together, they can put an end to gun violence.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational Politics & Social Sciences

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Unbeaten: Rocky Marciano’s Fight For Perfection In …

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Scientific Boxing: Diet Fight Training, Scientific Boxing, …

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The Good Fight by Liane Davey

The Good Fight: Use Productive Conflict to Get Your Team and Organization Back on Track by Liane Davey
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Overview: More productivity. Less drama. It all starts with a healthy conflict culture.In the modern workplace, conflict has become a dirty word. After all, conflict is antithetical to teamwork, employee engagement, and a positive company culture. Or is it?The truth is that our teams and organizations require conflict to get things done. But we avoid conflict and build up conflict debt by deferring and dodging the difficult decisions.

Our organizations are paying the price-becoming less productive, less innovative, and less competitive. Individuals are paying, too-suffering from overwhelming workloads, endless drama, and sleepless nights.In The Good Fight, Liane Davey shows you how to create the productive conflict your organization needs to get along and get stuff done. Drawing on her twenty-year career as an advisor to the C-Suite, Davey shares real-world examples and practical tools you and your team can use to handle even the most contentious conflicts as allies-instead of adversaries. Filled with strategies you’ll use again and again, The Good Fight is an essential field guide for leaders at all levels.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Magnificent Fight by way of Dennis Lewycky

Magnificent Fight: The 1919 Winnipeg General Strike by way of Dennis Lewycky
Requirements: EPUB Reader 14.90 MB
Overview: Far from a easy retelling of the General Strike, Magnificent Fight speaks to the ability of employees’ cohesion and social group. The ebook unearths the duration the capitalist magnificence and the state went to in protective the established order.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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Magnificent Fight by way of Dennis Lewycky

Magnificent Fight: The 1919 Winnipeg General Strike by way of Dennis Lewycky
Requirements: EPUB Reader 14.90 MB
Overview: Far from a easy retelling of the General Strike, Magnificent Fight speaks to the facility of staff’ unity and social group. The ebook finds the duration the capitalist magnificence and the state went to in protective the established order.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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The Big Picture: The Fight For The Future of Movies [Audiobook]

The Big Picture: The Fight For The Future of Movies [Audiobook]

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The Big Picture: The Fight For The Future of Movies [Audiobook]

The Big Picture: The Fight For The Future of Movies [Audiobook]

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Fight Like A Tiger: Conway Barbour And …

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Fight Like a Tiger by way of Victoria L. Harrison

Fight Like a Tiger : Conway Barbour and the Challenges of the Black Middle Class in Nineteenth-Century America by way of Victoria L. Harrison
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.2 MB
Overview: Focusing at the lifetime of formidable former slave Conway Barbour, Victoria L. Harrison argues that the speculation of a black center magnificence traced its origins to the loose black inhabitants of the mid-nineteenth century and evolved along the speculation of a white center magnificence. Although slavery and racism intended that the definition of center magnificence used to be now not similar for white folks and loose folks of colour, they shared equivalent wants for development.

Born a slave in western Virginia about 1815, Barbour used to be a loose guy by way of the past due 1840s. His adventurous lifestyles took him via Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky; Cleveland, Ohio; Alton, Illinois; and Little Rock and Lake Village, Arkansas. In seek of upward mobility, he labored as a steamboat steward, attempted his hand at a number of business ventures, and entered politics. He sought, however used to be denied, a Civil War army appointment that will have equipped monetary balance. Blessed with intelligence, competence, and effort, Barbour used to be fast to spot alternatives as they seemed in private relationships-he used to be concurrently married to 2 women-business, and politics.

Despite an unconventional lifestyles, Barbour present in every position he lived that he used to be one of the loose black individuals who fought to higher themselves along their white countrymen. Harrison’s argument about black magnificence formation reframes the standard narrative of downtrodden loose African Americans within the mid-nineteenth century and engages present discussions of black inclusion, the concept that of "otherness," and the breaking down of societal limitations. Demonstrating that cautious analysis can expose the tales of people that were invisible to historical past, Fight Like a Tiger complicates our working out of the intersection of race and sophistication within the Civil War generation.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Truth in Our Times: Inside the Fight for Press Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts

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The Fight for Britannia IV: Fighting for Humanity

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Fight Club: A Novel


Fight Club: A Novel
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