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Denise Hamilton

How to Forge Our Differences Into a Stronger Future

3.3 (179 ratings)
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    One big idea: Re-examine your stories.

    Welcome to this Big Idea Blink, where our editors choose one thought-provoking insight from a book so you can learn something new in just a few minutes. 

    This time, we’d like to discuss how important it is to rethink the stories and myths that shape who we are and how we see the world. It’s interesting that we rarely question these beliefs, even though they greatly influence our views of ourselves and others.

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    What is Indivisible about?

    Indivisible (2024) explores the power of reevaluating the myths and narratives that shape our identities and beliefs, advocating for a truth-based inclusivity for societal unity. 

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    Indivisible (2012) explores the gripping story of a successful LA defense attorney who finds herself embroiled in a high-stakes case involving immigration fraud and murder. Here's why this book is a must-read:

    • Offers a multilayered plot that keeps readers guessing until the very end, blending legal drama with intricate personal stories.
    • Delves into complex social issues such as immigration, identity, and justice, provoking thought and sparking discussions.
    • Expertly weaves together suspenseful twists and nuanced character development, ensuring a thrilling and thought-provoking reading experience.

    Who should read Indivisible?

    • Activists and community organizers
    • Social scientists
    • People interested in history

    About the Author

    Denise Hamilton is an author, speaker and consultant interested in exploring how societal narratives and personal identity intertwine. Her work focuses on the importance of re-examining these stories to foster inclusivity and understanding among individuals.

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    What is the main message of Indivisible?

    The main message of Indivisible revolves around finding unity and strength during challenging times.

    How long does it take to read Indivisible?

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    Is Indivisible a good book? Is it worth reading?

    Indivisible is worth reading for its powerful storytelling and compelling characters, making it a worthwhile choice for book lovers.

    Who is the author of Indivisible?

    Denise Hamilton is the author of Indivisible.

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