By Philip . . . The Anti-Registry Activist Manual—A Guide to Effective Advocacy book review.
I had the opportunity recently in my position as Executive Director of West Virginians for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (WVRSOL) to obtain, read, and review The Anti-Registry Activist Manual—A Guide to Effective Advocacy compiled and edited by Jonathan Grund with support from Derek Logue and Debra Grund.
I’m always on the lookout for good additions to my own advocacy toolbox and ones that I can recommend for others seeking guidance on advocating in the sexual offense law reform movement, and The Anti-Registry Activist Manual didn’t disappoint. I found the manual compelling, informative, and detailed enough to be instructive while not losing the reader in a litany of jargon like so many books do. As a sexual offense law reform advocate with nearly a decade of experience, I highly recommend this book as a first/must-read when answering the newcomer’s question(s), so you want to be an effective advocate in the sexual offense law reform movement … who’s who, what’s the history, myth-busting, how-to, what’s next, etc.” I can say without any reservations that this manual will equally help those just starting on their advocacy journey as much as advocates with years of experience under their belts.
You can get your copy of The Anti-Registry Activist Manual—A Guide to Effective Advocacy via @Amazon for only $13.50 +tax, so why wait. If you’re still not convinced, you can take a peek inside the manual before purchasing here.
Neither Philip nor WVRSOL received any form of recompense for this book review, recommendation, or endorsement—our only interest here is in supporting and equipping advocates in their sexual offense and registry reform movement journey.