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Manifestos and Radical Writing

What is a Manifesto?

A public (verbal statement or written publication) declaration of aims, beliefs, intentions, motives, opinions, objectives, policies or views of an issuer (individual, group, political party, organization).

For information on different manifestos, how to find them, and how to write a manifesto, use the tabs on the top of the page for navigation.

ASU Courses

Hate Speech, Manifestos, and Radical Writings

Women and Gender Studies 449/MAS 598/JHR 598 

This course examines writings, speeches, and texts that provoke radical or even revolutionary social change. Students will examine documents from a range of people, time periods, and causes, some of which serve as historical documents and some of which are primarily relevant to the present day struggles people face.            

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