Peace banners on display

Twenty-eight peace banners from The Peace Museum have been loaned to the Banner Culture exhibition

A banner from Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp that is included in the exhibition. | Photo: Courtesy of The Peace Museum.

The Peace Museum in Bradford loaned twenty-eight peace banners to an exhibition at the Brierfield Mill in Pendle showcasing signs from the protest movement. According to Charlotte Hall, curator at The Peace Museum, the items were chosen for the exhibition Banner Culture to represent key points in peace history, such as the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp and the anti-nuclear movement, as well as protests against apartheid and wars in the Middle East.

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