Radical Feminist Coloring Book

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Alipato Project 01 #ad - The alipato project is a 501c3 nonprofit organization working on securing economic justice for survivors of domestic violence in California. This coloring book features Angela Davis, kumander liwayway, Claudette Colvin, Frida, and more. Proceeds go to a domestic violence resistance group called the alipato project.

This coloring book features angela davis, amandla stenberg, kumander liwayway, Frida Kahlo, Janet Mock, Claudette Colvin, and many more! Learn about the colorful lives of our feminist heroes while you color them in! All proceeds go to a domestic violence resistance group called the Alipato Project. The alipato project is a 501c3 nonprofit organization working on domestic violence torts.

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Coloring the Revolution #1

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Reflection Press #ad - Appropriate for most media. And strength is what we need for the times ahead. Using your hands with your heart makes you strong. 3 art is always an act of courage. 2 there is never a right or wrong way to make art. 70# paper with images printed on one side allow for watercolors, markers and other materials that bleed.

Strong women, inspiring words, femmes, and children, as well as nature imagery open the first in the Coloring the Revolution series. Sometimes you just need to color. When the going gets tough, the creative start making art! Inspired by both playful and radical 60’s poster styles, activist/artist Maya Gonzalez offers 29 black and white images for you to play with and color.

Coloring the Revolution #1 #ad - Leave them in the book or rip them out and color your world with them. Remember the 3 rules! #1 EVERYONE is an Artist. Here’s a coloring book to love and lift yourself up; a place to relax and open up.

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Color Me Body Positive: A coloring book for all ages

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Body positivity and body acceptance recognize and embrace the extraordinary diversity of people’s bodies. What does "body positive" mean? Body positivity is about feeling good about your own body and other people’s bodies. Some bodies are fat, or short, or whatever – and all of that is fine! Lovely, or brown, or gender non-conforming, or old, or hairy, or disabled, even.

Color Me Body Positive: A coloring book for all ages #ad - Both are opposed to body policing, which is a way of forcing ideas of “correctness” on other people’s bodies, and body shaming, which is a way of making people feel bad about the bodies they live in. With illustrations from a number of artists, including size and fatness, gender, acknowledging just a few of the many challenges of embodiment, race, "Color Me Body Positive" seeks to encourage body acceptance and positivity, and age.

A related idea is body acceptance, which is about coming to peace with your body and other people’s.

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Color Me Woke: A Social Justice Coloring Book

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Open-minded, body acceptance, water justice, political resistance, restroom access, decolonization, economic exploitation, treatment of immigrants and refugees, liberal and leftist audiences can relax by coloring pictures about all sorts of social and political issues: Black Lives Matter, and more. This coloring book for adults features 20+ illustrations for progressive activists and social justice warriors.

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Mantras and Affirmations Coloring Book for Activists and Allies

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lulu.com #ad - Adults all over the world are rediscovering the joy of coloring and the calming, centering effect it can have. Each of the 30 coloring pages is a visually rendered phrase intended to motivate, encourage, and challenge you as you color. Mantras and affirmations coloring Book for Activists and Allies is the first in a series of adult coloring books with a purpose.

This book combines that calm with specific phrases chosen to focus the mind. This first edition is created specifically for those who seek to enact positive change, who fight for social causes and give of themselves to benefit the greater good.

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