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Celebrations and Conflicts: Protest Camps and their vulnerabilities

In this guest blog, Maxine Newlands situates the recent arson attack against Camp Florentine into a broader history of protest camps as vulnerable spaces, from Greenham to ZAD.  Protest camps remain one of the strongest forms of activism in the … Continue reading

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