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How Will You Create Positive Change

by LeahOviedo
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About the Book

This is the first book in a series that encourages people to solve problems and create sustainable solutions in their communities. Sixteen amazing people from around the world have shared successful stories of how they created positive change in their communities. Each interview includes a blueprint for how they took action, what obstacles they overcame, and advice on how everyone can be an active participant in creating a better world.

These agents of change are championing for human rights, education, health, environmental sustainability, ending violence, eradicating poverty, mentoring youth, improving their communities, and inventing products that create a better world. They are different genders, skin colors and ages who live in different countries and have different beliefs. What they share in common is taking action.

After reading this book you will be inspired to take action too! Use the resources inside to get started and create positive change!

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Created on: Mar-01-2014   Published on: Mar-01-2014
ISBN: 9781605004525
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - B&W Book
Theme: How-To    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 60 Pages
environmental activism    eradicating poverty    HIV and Aids activism    human rights    role models    street harassment    women's rights   
About Author
author icon LeahOviedo
Joined: Oct-18-2011

Leah Oviedo is a writer and self defense instructor in southern California. Her background includes work in areas of business management, art, youth programs, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Individual empowerment is a recurring theme in her work.

She regularly writes articles on self defense, human rights, and individual empowerment. In 2011 she created

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