Fight for your rights

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Ex­plore the evo­lu­tion of anti-war protests from World War I to the present day in Peo­plePower:Fight­ing­forPeace at the Im­pe­rial War Mu­seum (from 23 Mar; p. 33). This ma­jor ex­hi­bi­tion re­veals sto­ries of pas­sion­ate in­di­vid­u­als span­ning 100 years, with fas­ci­nat­ing in­sights into the strug­gles they en­dured for the anti-war cause. Fea­tur­ing a mix of art­works, ban­ners, posters, au­dio and film, this pow­er­ful pre­sen­ta­tion traces how the peace move­ment has changed and de­vel­oped over the past cen­tury. While you’re there, visit the dis­play Ed­mundClark:WarofTer­ror (to 28 Aug) – a thought-pro­vok­ing ex­hi­bi­tion about the hid­den ex­pe­ri­ences of state con­trol dur­ing the on­go­ing ‘Global War on Ter­ror’.

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