Join us either in-person at People's History Museum or online to delve into the history of banners at Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp and explore the significance of craftivism and collective action.

This month's radical late at People's History Museum focuses on the protestors at Greenham, a camp established 40 years ago in the summer of 1981, by a group of women who walked from Cardiff to RAF Greenham to protest the storing of nuclear weapons at the site. Many women stayed and lived there for almost 20 years, taking non-violent action and arranging protests, which at times attracted over 50,000 participants.

The author of Women For Peace, Charlotte Dew, and our curator, Charlotte Houlahan, will be talking to the People's History Museum about some of the banners in our collections from the camp, and beyond. 

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In partnership with Four Corners Books and People's History Museum.