Craftivisim the art of gentle protest
BBC sounds R4
audio 27 mins
Changing the world one stitch at a time
Quaker Peace Museum
pictures & read
How to understand and change culture cultural emergence
video 5.25 mins
we need a bigger definition of creativity animation 2.03 mins
7 ways to think differently
video 6.35 mins
Heroes quilt 2020
audio 7.45
see the quilt here and more ideas
Life lessons through tinkering
video 4.04 mins
The Guerrilla Girls- the women who launched an anonymous poster campaign against sexism and racism in the art world in the 1980’s
world service witness history
audio 9 mins
Giving peace a chance – John and Ono’s bed in for peace and people who witnessed it the
World service the documentary podcast
audio 32.20 mins
Gal-dem introduce themselves and their key values
video 1.49 mins
How to start a movement 8 steps
The angel of the north a steel icon for the NE England completed in 1998 World service Witness History
audio 9 mins
Gal-dem an online and print publication committed to sharing perspectives from women and non binary people of colour
Rock against racism How a anti-racism concert in 1978 influenced a whole generation
World service Witness history
audio 9 mins
History of WOMAD world music festival in England
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audio 9 mins
Hiroshima’s trees of hope Green Legacy Hiroshima
video 8.30 mins
The world festival of black arts 1966 world service witness history
audio 9 mins
The women of Greenham Common
World service witness History
audio 9 mins
7 songs to mourn 7 black men Composer Joel Thompson started channelling his anger and sadness into music. BBC world service Outlook
audio 31.21 mins
The Geek shall inherit the Earth song
audio 2.43 mins
Craftivisim: making a difference getting crafty changing minds BBC IPlayer
TV 59 mins
World service documentary
Stitching souls
audio 50 mins

Deep in Alabama’s Black Belt, the village of Gee’s Bend is almost an island, cut off by a loop in the Alabama River. Once enslaved plantation workers, then sharecroppers, the people of the Bend remained largely unnoticed by mainstream history. But the women of Gee’s Bend have held on to their creative traditions, passed down from mother to daughter: with spine-tingling gospel singing,

and a unique style of bold and improvised quilting. Made from old clothes out of necessity for generations, used for insulation and burned to keep off mosquitoes, the quilts brought Gee’s Bend fame after they were “discovered” by an art collector in the 1990s and shown in major museums in Houston and New York.

World service documentary
Rule breakers
veteran on the tracks
audio 27 mins

There is a secret map passed down from hobo to hobo.You can’t buy it in stores or download it online but if you’re lucky enough to get a copy you can travel anywhere in America by freight train, all for “low or no dollars”. They call it The Crew Change Guide

Welcome to the Mobilise project course on active citizenship
An interactive short on line course from remembering resistance
World service witness history
‘Street News’
audio 9 mins

Lee Stringer was living on the street when he began selling ‘Street News’, he discovered a talent for writing and went on to be a columnist and then editor of the paper. Lee felt living on the streets made him a better writer. He became a successful authour as a result of the chance he was given at Street News