Announcing the release of this inspiring collection of provocative questions generated by activists in learning processes around the world. It may deepen your impulses for justice and transformative interventions in the world.
Featuring a foreword by Ailton Krenak.
Questioning is the basis of any effective transformative action: the action of refusing to surrender to unquestionable truths and of actively not conforming, to change a world that is turned upside down.
The Dare to Question Journal is an inspiring collection of provocative questions generated by activists in learning processes around the world in recent years. It may deepen your impulses for justice and transformative interventions in the world.
Given the depth and scale of the crisis we are experiencing, we cannot postpone what is required of us: facing the climate emergency, the historic task of our time. We need to break the inertia of indifference and to collectively overcome the feeling of helplessness in the face of the magnitude of this problem.
“At a time when the status quo is completely broken and our institutions are failing, this journal asks the questions that humanity must start to solve if we are going to pull ourselves out of the convergence of crises we find ourselves in.”
– Kumi Naidoo
“While others seem to be content to role-play, we dare to ask difficult questions.”
– Greta Thunberg
“Until we ask we avoid the pathways that help recover the lost histories of futures desired but yet to be attained.”
– Nnimmo Bassey
“We really need to challenge concepts and power structures we might take for granted to grow our movements stronger. It is our duty to collectively unlearn systemic injustice ingrained in us and to fight the system together – even, and especially, when it benefits us too.”
– Mitzi Jonelle Tan
“These are the right questions, at the right moment in history.”
– Bill McKibben