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On March 11th, Anne K. Ream will bring "New Rules for Radicals" to the Clinton Presidential Center. | Photography by Javier Otero
Join The Voices and Faces Project at the Clinton Presidential Center as we debut an all-new lecture: New Rules for Radicals.
In "New Rules for Radicals," an interactive lecture/photography program debuting at the Clinton Presidential Center, Voices and Faces Project founder Anne K. Ream will consider the enduring legacy Saul Alinsky's groundbreaking book, Rules for Radicals, while positing that a set of "new rules" are guiding the storytellers, opinion shapers and subversives who are leading today's fight to end gender-based violence.

During her Clinton Center talk, Ream will introduce the audience to, among others, a community of South African women who are challenging their government to take gender justice as seriously as they do racial inequality…a Senegalese rap star who is using her music to educate that country's girls on their rights… a California–based pastor who has taken to the pulpit to decry rape and domestic violence in faith-based communities… and a trifecta of online activists who successfully forced Facebook to change its policies on online anti-woman hate speech.
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New Rules for Radicals:
How storytellers, opinion shapers and subversives are changing the movement to end gender-based violence.

Friday, March 11, 2016
12:00 noon
William J. Clinton Presidential Center
Sturgis Hall
1200 President Clinton Ave.
Little Rock, Arkansas

Reserve your seats by emailing
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The Voices & Faces Project | Workshop Series
Marketing the Movement: Our NoVo Foundation-supported workshop series.
Katie Feifer is  a 'Marketing the Movement' workshop leader.
Marketing the Movement leader Katie Feifer (right) with a Voices and Faces Project workshop participant.
When The Voices and Faces Project launched its award-winning "Ugly Truth" public service campaign, which made over 400 million audience impressions in the fight to end trafficking and sexual exploitation in Illinois, we never expected it would inspire a series of national conversations about using strategic communications to create social change. But with the support of NoVo Foundation, and in partnership with our allies at Brew Advisors, The Voices and Faces Project created "Marketing a Movement," a traveling workshop series that considers historical examples of how social movements have used strategic messaging to create change, explores how legal reform efforts can be energized by marketing and communications, and unpacks the idea that "the medium is the message."
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Think prostitution is a victimless crime? Gifty and Joy’s story may change your mind.
Gifty and Joy
Written by Heather Ragan-Kwakye during The Voices and Faces Project's Stories We Tell Testimonial Writing Workshop at Northwestern University, Gifty and Joy challenges the idea that prostitution is a "victimless crime," while reminding us that the stories of survivors are key to understanding the causes and consequences of sexual exploitation.
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