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SHELLY GRABE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RESISTANCE

In this conversation with Professor and author Shelly Grabe (https://bit.ly/2lOW3ja), whose research includes women’s rights violations and social justice in a global context, we explore the Women's Autonomous Movement in Nicaragua. We discuss her book "Narrating a Psychology of Resistance" (https://amzn.to/2lLmZ37); and through our conversation and exploration of the movement, we uncover the parallels in the women's resistance movement in Nicaragua and the current women's movement in America. We also talk about the many ways in which the Nicaraguan movement is 30 years ahead of the women's movement here in the US..

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