Tag Archives: Creative activism

Norma Kitson and creative innovations in British protest

Since writing last week’s blog piece about Norma Kitson and the accusations that she was “a difficult woman”, we have interviewed a number of other former Non-Stop Picketers.  One interview, in particular, offered a different perspective on Norma’s contribution to … Continue reading

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“Creating solidarity”: a video of a talk on creative (anti-apartheid) activism

Back in September I spoke at a workshop at the Watershed in Bristol organised by Michael Buser from the University of the West of England.  The workshop was on the theme of “Creative Practice, activism, and place-based identities”.  My talk was … Continue reading

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Boredom and creativity in Bristol

Let’s face it, although there was lots of excitement to be had on the Non-Stop Picket, sometimes the hours dragged by slowly and picketing could be boring.  But, that wasn’t always a bad thing.  Sometimes periods of boredom led to … Continue reading

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