Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp 1981-2001
by Greg Mihalko Author
With this poster from the Celebrate People's History series, commemorate the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp, established to prevent nuclear weapons from being stationed in Berkshire, England. Although the protests began as a series of marches, the women participating in the marches quickly realized that their demonstrations would not be sufficient to remove the missiles, they changed tactics and established a camp. That camp went on to last for 20 years, from its creation in 1981 until its final dismantling in 2001. Celebrate the power of their collective action with this poster, and educate passersby in your home or classroom about this remarkable chapter in history.
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