How Union College students are publishing a book series on Amazon to raise their voices and affect change
In the spring of 2018, we, three out of 18 Union College students, took a class called “Millennials and Social Change” taught by Prof. Christine Henseler. We were in for a surprise. We had registered for a course about the rise of the everyday changemaker and by the end of the term, we had become published authors. With honesty, dedication, and fearless courage, we had written personal stories to inspire and imbue a sense of hope to others. Our collective calls for change became a book we titled Generation Now: Millennials Call for Social Change, currently available for $9.50 on Amazon (all proceeds donated). This is the story of our transformation. It’s the insider’s look at the process of publishing a book in ten weeks, the challenges and frustrations, the lasting impact, and the reasons why we decided to share our experience here.
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Social Change through Storytelling
February 17, 2020 | 0 Comments