Why I pick and choose my audience, especially at Cube of Truth. I feel compelled to write this because I want to clarify the frowny face when I’m asked to outreach to Chinese that can’t converse in English properly at the cube. Love this United States Postal Service t-shirt. The way I see myself, as a change agent in this movement, is not to convert the most number of individuals, but rather reach the tipping point as soon as possible. Throughout the history, social justice movements follow a somewhat trajectory as the picture depicts.
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You, the reader, are an innovator in this movement and has a choice to outreach to anyone from an innovator to a laggard. Therefore it’s far more a sensible choice to outreach to a vegan that has a potential to become an activist than a non-vegan that wants to try plant-based for health reasons (which honestly idgaf). Truth about United States Postal Service IDK IDC IDGAF. I’m often asked by activists why Chinese generally respond less to the footage, or their questions (despite they seem to nod along but really have little idea what you’re talking about).
Language is one barrier, but the Chinese sub-culture in Australia is so huge that made it non-essential for them to speak English well. Soon after a conversation at the cube they might go back to their usual life where animal cruelty is almost entirely out of sight out of mind because of the uniqueness of the culture that has every establishment of their own from social media to postal service. I usually refrain from making generalizations but in this case I’m asking to be respected of my choice if I do not wish to outreach to a particular demographic.