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When has the written word sparked change?


What are some examples of writing that has raised awareness in a way that brought social change? This can be an historical event, or an example from your experience. Even if the change is seen in the actions of a few people or a community, it is social change. To give more choices to respond, how do you feel as a writer about the statement, "The pen is mightier than the sword?" Any examples? A new hub as an answer would be awesome.

 

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Russ Moran (rfmoran) says

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Expanding Awareness for a Change of Heart

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    Gary R. Smith (Emanate Presence) 4 years ago

    Excellent contribution to the discussion, Manatita. Another angle on this would be to ask, what is constant and what is change.


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    Gary R. Smith (Emanate Presence) 4 years ago

    Thanks for your response. Has the book brought new awareness that has sparked social change?


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