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Public Displays of Activism

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This issue is dedicated to re-framing and embracing the term PDA as Public Displays of Activism. Frequently in our work we are activists in more private and/or personal contexts. We provide services to survivors, facilitate community development initiatives, educate our communities and write scholarly articles; these are all important components to our social change efforts. However there is a place and a time for the visual - a need to use our voices, our bodies and our presence to publicly assert our activist spirit. This issue contains articles exploring some traditional, as well as nontraditional, Public Displays of Activism. Hopefully, it will inspire you in creating your own PDA.

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Reviewed: July 11th, 2016