She also argues that this activism is highly intersectional drawing movement histories from across the left domestically and internationally Although most animal activists are atheist she argues that is still framed in religious narratives This is a dense read based on participant observation interviews and analysis of movement publica. Ists come to
value nonhuman animals and the natural world as worthy of protection Emotions and memories of wonder love nonhuman animals and the natural world as worthy of protection Emotions and memories of wonder love anger and rief shape activists’ protest practices and help us understand their deep rooted dedication to the planet and its cre.
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tracks radical directradical direct action protest in environmental and animal rights movements She argues that this protest highly ritualized and acts as a rite of passage for young people It is highly emotional and often embodied It also is not a strictly human experience but is ualified by relationships with nonhuman animals and nature. For the Wild explores the ways in which the commitments of radical environmental and animal rights activists develop through powerful experiences with the than human world during childhood and young adulthood The book addresses the uestion of how and why activ. .protest in environmental animal rights movements She argues that this protestAction Protest In Environmental
Sarah M. Pike ê 5 ReadTions Although my own research into the animal rights movement finds a strong vein of religious criticismskepticism and it is the case that radical direct action advocates constitute only a minority in the movement her framework provides some fresh food for thought I only read it because myself and
some friends were uoted in it but ended up really enjoying it. Atures Drawing on analyses of activistfriends were uoted in it but ended up really enjoying it. Atures Drawing on analyses of activist music and writings as well as interviews and participant observation in activist communities Sarah M Pike delves into the sacred duties of these often misunderstood and marginalized roups with openness and of these often misunderstood and marginalized roups with openness and