Change never seems to come fast enough for the hungry and oppressed, yet 'change', when hurried, is often shallow and fraught with casualties. So rather than indulging in fantasies of revolutionary and sweeping social upheavals, two luminary speakers at the Wee Kim Wee Centre’s second 'Women in the Community' conference argue the virtues of patience and persistence. Through anecdotes of their personal struggles in a 'white man's world', author RJ Rozan and political activist Wu Qing present a case for 'change' that is both sustained and sustaining.
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Leadership and Change
Inspiring change: The roles of women and their communities. (2011). Knowledge@SMU.
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