A dynamic mix of photos, music, poetry, art, films and audio, interactive features and installations. Using a series of ‘bus stops’ and placards wetell the stories of some of theless well-known men, women and children involved in the movement, people of all ages and ethnicities, whose voices are not often heard but without whom it would not have happened – people like ‘us’. Universal freedom songs play throughout, on our specially created juke box.
The exhibition examines what leads people to become and stay active in campaigns and what makes a human rights movement succeed. There is also always a section telling the story of a local campaign for justice to be chosen by a team who know the area.
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