#7 Amazon Best Seller Answers "Who Wins, Who Loses, Who Decides," and Much More!
Greeley, Colorado Dec 6, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Author/Speaker Julie Banks Lewis has released Critical Masses: Who Wins, Who Loses, Who Decides, her first book on power dynamics and structural inequalities. This book is both timely and relevant -- a must-read! The book though concise offers a comprehensive understanding of how power is created, manipulated, and maintained. Find out what lives matter.
This slender volume, about the size of an inspirational book, is indeed inspiring, but not in the same way as the usual books in that category. It contains no pretty and easy pathways, no serene meditations, or light beams from heaven. The inspiration is buried deeply in the trauma of this country's bloody past and present. The inspiration is there is a powerful call to action to save our beautiful planet, our children, grandchildren, and loved ones. ~~ Frances K. Ransley, author, "This House Protected by Poverty"
As a historical sociologist, Julie Banks Lewis has been studying power dynamics and structural inequalities for two decades. Her unique perspective combines her experiential knowledge as a Poor, disabled, single mother and her education at Sonoma State University, culminating in a master's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, History/Sociology (2016).
In raising the questions, who wins, who loses, who decides, Julie Banks Lewis challenges the status quo and invites the reading audience to join her as Critical Masses in demanding responsibility, transparency, and accountability from America's leaders. But, more than this, the author urges each reader to question what is known, to challenge conventional wisdom, encourage understanding, and step outside of their comfort zones to meet others on equal ground and chart the courses for change.
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