ABOVE: The Chinese character for “Crisis” means danger and opportunity.
Activists now must use today’s crises to win major systemic or structural change,
as our ancestors did in the 1930s and 1960s in the U.S. and Scandinavia.
No need to “reinvent the wheel” — change is made from “ideas lying around.

BELOW (30-min. video): Lifelong strategist/author George Lakey
explains in “How We Win”
why polarization is the “forge” that heats
systemic change
. (Also see the Trailer for his new bio-pic).

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Kurt Lewin’s Change Management Model–three stage theory of change is commonly referred to as Unfreeze, Change, Freeze (or Refreeze) On such important issues, the forces exerted by an argument, no matter how persuasive, may not be enough to change peoples’ attitudes. Broader changes at the institutional level may be necessary in order to effect sufficient change on one’s life space to precipitate shifts in important attitudes. References: Lewin, K. (1951).

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