Every day we wake up to another assault on freedom. We march. We write postcards. We make phone calls. We sign online petitions. Being human, there are times when it wears us down. Just reading the paper or listening to the news can induce anxiety and fear in those of us who deeply believe in equality and justice. How can we stay engaged on those days or weeks when we are just too weary to march? We stay engaged through daily reminders that we are part of a larger community and through the self-care of quieting our discomfort. We can do both using this coloring book. Color Me Resisting, a coloring book for persisting when we are too weary to march, is a relaxing and meditative art form. The coloring book has been designed with graphics and statements that reaffirm our commitment. It is a carefully crafted self-empowerment tool that calms us and strengthens our resilience. While we color these pictures we connect with our core values. Best of all, after a picture is finished, it can be cut out and used as stationary for letters to elected officials! Please note that proceeds of this coloring book are donated to the American Civil Liberties Union.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.15(d)|
About the Author
Judith T. Krauthamer, M.S., is a former executive director of science and engineering professional societies. She is a certified professional coach and the founder of Quietspace, a coaching practice that emphasizes mindfulness. Her work is based on the belief that human beings are worthy of a life of joy. To that end, she remains diligent in the fight for equality and freedom for all.