In "Resistance and Transformation," a Tapestry of Faith program
Distribute the handout. Lead a conversation to reacquaint participants with the three models for social justice work that were introduced in Workshop 2. Ask:
Post the newsprint on which you have sketched the four quadrants. Lead the group to brainstorm social justice leaders, actions, and movements from past workshops. As each is named, invite participants to suggest the quadrant into which each one's leadership style fits. If there is not consensus, enter the name in more than one place. Invite observations and discussion, using these questions to guide the discussion:
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