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Magnus Westerborn
Bikeriders for Jesus

The motorcycle culture is the most famous of American subcultures. Through movies like The Wild One with Marlon Brando and Easy Rider with Peter Fonda, the view of the American biker spread across the world. Later the widespread view of the outlaw bikers in western society changed. The picture of a biker who enjoys riding and working on his bike, has shifted to associate the motorcycle, the lifestyle and the culture with evil and criminality.

In this book the Swedish photographer Magnus Westerborn describes a different side to the biker culture. He travels to the US where he meets Preacher Mike, leader of the Christian motorcycle group Christian Crusaders. He gains Preacher Mike’s and his Crusaders’ respect and trust. The group that lives in and around the subculture of the motorcycle opens their world to him. He not only meets Christian bikers, but also independent and outlaw bikers as well as “ordinary” people.

Magnus Westerborn, who travelled a number of times to USA to stay with the group, takes us to members’ homes, to their work, and to revivals, as well as to meetings with presidents of outlaw clubs, to biker rallies and feedings for the homeless. He tells the story of Preacher Mike and the Christian Crusaders Ministry. A story about American biker culture today and in the past.

Magnus Westerborn
Bikeriders for Jesus
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Marvin Weisbord & Sandra Janoff
Don't Just Do Something, Stand There!
Ten Principles for Leading meetings That Matter

The purpose of this book is to introduce you to 10 principles we have evolved for making every meeting matter. They reflect a good bit of refining that we have done on our methods. More to the point, they reflect persistent work on us. Despite recurrent bouts of self-doubt, we have let go of many theories and techniques we once relied on. How, for example, would you diagnose group needs when every person needs something different? We could no longer work successfully with increasingly diverse groups in a world of nonstop change using methods favoring homogeneity in more stable times. In this regard, too, we depart from mainstream meeting guides. To deal with diversity and uncertainty, we offer a single theory that you can use whether looking at organizations, groups, or yourself. It is a theory that we have tested in many cultures. We describe it in the introduction. If you hate theory, skip that part. Stay aware, though, that we ground our practical tips and techniques in research and theory going back decades. In bringing each principle to life, we have chosen to limit ourselves to a few practices that you can use all the time. We run meetings the same way with teens and senior citizens, students and teachers, artists and engineers, tribal chiefs and captains of industry, making only small adjustments that help people preserve norms central to their identity. We have learned to help people cooperate regardless of their differences by discovering capabilities they did not know they had.
Weisbord & Janoff
Don't Just Do Something…
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