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Children's Nonfiction Social Activists

The Making of an Activist

edited by Lekha Singh

by (author) Craig Kielburger & Marc Kielburger

Me to We
Initial publish date
Sep 2009
Social Activists, General
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Sep 2009
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Full of vivid images and inspiring words, travelogues, poems and sparkling artwork, The Making of an Activist is more than just a scrapbook of Free The Children's remarkable evolution. It's a testament to living an engaged, active and compassionate life, painting an intimate portrait of passionate, powerful young activists.


Edited by Lekha Singh with contributions from the entire Free The Children/Me to We family, it features stories and reflections that will stir the passions of young and old alike.


Let this remarkable book provide the fuel for a life of positive change.

Explore the book. Catch the spark./p

About the authors

Lekha Singh photographs Africa, Asia and the Americas for powerful images and human stories. She won the Maura Award for Global Achievement for her work as founder of i2Foundation. Her photos of Afghan women were recently featured by National Geographic in The Other Side of War: Women's Stories of Survival and Hope by Zainab Salbi. This is her second book.

Lekha Singh's profile page


Craig Kielburger is the co-founder of Free the Children. His work has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, BBC, and The Today Show, and in Time and The Economist.


Craig Kielburger's profile page


Marc Kielburger is the co-founder of Free The Children and the Director of Me to We. With his brother, Craig, Marc is a syndicated columnist carried by the Toronto Star, Vancouver Sun and Huffington Post, as well as for Canada's most widely-read women's magazine, Canadian Living.


Marc Kielburger's profile page

Other titles by Craig Kielburger

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