Rise Up! - The Art of Protest Book

Rise Up! - The Art of Protest Book

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A great book for children and teenagers.

The right to protest is hard fought and even harder to win. Yet it is the bedrock of any thriving democracy. When we stand together, our voices and opinions are heard by those in power. Protest has toppled governments and made laws. It has cost lives and it has changed lives.

In this book we look at six main areas of protest and explaining the reasons behind the protest issue, how it has been protested in the past and how these issues are being protested by children today. It will cover the international Women's Marches, #Black Lives Matter, the #Enough is Enough campaign and the work of CND and Greenpeace, illustrated with a mix of poster art and photography.

In association with Amnesty International, with a foreword by Chris Riddell.

Author: Jo Rippon
Format: Hardback
Pages: 60
ISBN: 9781786750822

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