How does social change happen?

Produced as part of You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970

Ran from 10 September 2016 to 26 February 2017

More about this Exhibition

As part of our exhibition, You Say You Want A Revolution?, our Learning Programme invited newsPeeks, an online youth media organisation, to explore the concept of social change. Whether it's 1966 or 2016, one thing that hasn't changed much is how people organise and campaign for social and political advancement.

Amidst rising political and social division, newsPeeks spoke with key activists and political theorists: Noam Chomsky, Kathleen Cleaver, Devon Thomas, Angela Phillips, Erin Pizzey, Peter Tatchell, Sylvia Boyes, Peter Kennard, and Red Saunders to understand how we got to where we are today, and what can be done about it.

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newsPeeks is a Not-for-profit media organisation set up to challenge, inform and inspire a new generation of critical thinkers. They ask probing questions about how the world operates and provide a platform for those whose voices are underrepresented. newsPeeks produce video analysis, articles, short documentaries and investigations that uncover important aspects of current affairs and politics.

If you are inspired by the words and actions of the revolutionary people featured, join newsPeeks' Basic Needs campaign