The Coffeehouse Resistance : Brewing Hope in Desperate Times
by Sarina Prabasi


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Goddamn it We chose this country. We had choices and other opportunities and we chose America because we were pursuing life, liberty, and happiness. We started a thriving business, grew our family, and thought we were living the American Dream. Now, suddenly we are not so sure.

In a year that changed the country, and perhaps the world, this is my account of the twelve months after Donald Trump won the U.S. election. I am a mother to two young daughters, an immigrant, an entrepreneur and small business owner, and an international nonprofit leader. I wear each of my hats with fierce pride and love. These identities inform my deeply felt personal perspective on the events of the last year. Confused and in despair, I attempt to now make sense of a country that I thought I knew so well. And while, at the end of the year, many questions remain, ultimately, this is a story of political awakening, of coming together and forming unlikely community,

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Overview

Goddamn it We chose this country. We had choices and other opportunities and we chose America because we were pursuing life, liberty, and happiness. We started a thriving business, grew our family, and thought we were living the American Dream. Now, suddenly we are not so sure.

In a year that changed the country, and perhaps the world, this is my account of the twelve months after Donald Trump won the U.S. election. I am a mother to two young daughters, an immigrant, an entrepreneur and small business owner, and an international nonprofit leader. I wear each of my hats with fierce pride and love. These identities inform my deeply felt personal perspective on the events of the last year. Confused and in despair, I attempt to now make sense of a country that I thought I knew so well. And while, at the end of the year, many questions remain, ultimately, this is a story of political awakening, of coming together and forming unlikely community,


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781732854031
  • ISBN-10: 1732854033
  • Publisher: Green Writers Press
  • Publish Date: April 2019
  • Page Count: 224
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.4 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds


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