There’s plenty to be angry about in the world right now. The good news is that Bristol has something for everyone when it comes to fighting back.
Six weeks ago, St Monica Trust care home didn’t even have a union rep. This morning, nursing staff walked onto the picket line on their first ever day of strike action.
XR Youth keep public transport on the agenda as they fight for better buses across the West of England.
A summer of discontent seemed a distinct possibility as the amphitheatre behind Temple Meads swelled with trade union banners.
Last month it was announced that advertising company Clear Channel had submitted plans for 86 new digital billboards in the city’s bus shelters.
Beautiful silhouettes, uplifting music and creative choreographies were a way to make a difference in Bristol and an unusual form of activism, writes Ralitsa Pashkuleva.