The legend of Greenham Common women's peace camp
Greenham was an alternative world, an anti-nuclear protest by hundreds of thousands of women activists. At 'Bringing Greenham Home', Club des Femmes relived the spirit with films and talks from those who were there. Read Sophie Mayer's article about our weekend for openDemoncracy:
Carry Greenham Home
directed by Beeban Kidron, Amanda Richardson
Velvet fist in iron glove - Greenham Common Women's Peace formed in 1981 to protest the Government’s decision to allow cruise missiles to be based in Berkshire. In April 1983, tens of thousands of women came together to form a 14-mile human chain.