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Paper This was something that had been happening for forty five years but which she suddenly realised she found outdated and inappropriate and after thinking about it not unrelated to a lot of the bad things that happen to womenLaunching a digital campaign starting an online petition and recruiting a team of like minded people Lucy Anne started a revolution Hundreds of thousands of people signed the petition wore the campaign t shirt and dar. A short and snappy introduction to the whats and hows of launching a campaign based off Lucy s experience with the No Page 3 campaign A solid book that while not being a road map to making change points you in the right direction and get your excited to get on the road

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How to Start a Revolution

A bite sized guide to making change happen and the story behind the No More Page 3 campaign written by its founder Change doesn’t just happen It starts with the idea that something could be different could be better It starts with a person who is brave enough to stand up and say ‘Stop’ This is what Lucy Anne Holmes did when she wrote a letter to the editor of The Sun asking him to stop printing pictures of topless women on Page 3 of the. This was a uick straightforward guide for how to start a campaign framed by the story of the No Page 3 campaign It was very positive and encouraging but nothing to write home about Still I respect Lucy Anne Holmes for what she did and for this effort to kickstart that activist spark in others

Lucy-Anne Holmes ☆ 9 Summary

Ed to say #NoMorePage3 Lucy Anne had never campaigned on anything before She wasn't particularly political She'd never been confrontational But she found that you only need one thing to start a campaign and it isn't cash experience or even a thick skin It's passionIf you have a desire to change something read what Lucy Anne has to say She’s been there done that worn the t shirt and come out the other side having made a difference in the wor. Interesting book about a worthwhile and passionately carried out campaign


10 thoughts on “How to Start a Revolution

  1. says:

    In my not so respectable middle age I find myself reflecting from time to time on what it means to be an activist and on my ‘coming to activism’ in the late 1970s as a long run of mass movement politics was coming to a head In the UK where I now live this long run took in the peace movement of the 1950s and the trade union and workers’ activism of the 1980s; in New Zealand where I then lived this long run took the

  2. says:

    Good advice for activism

  3. says:

    This was a uick straightforward guide for how to start a campaign framed by the story of the No Page 3 campaign It was very positive and encouraging but nothing to write home about Still I respect Lucy Anne Holmes for what

  4. says:

    A short and snappy introduction to the whats and hows of launching a campaign based off Lucy's experience with the No Page 3 campaign A solid book that while not being a road map to making change points you in the right direction and get your excited to get on the road

  5. says:

    Good little book this Has some practical tips on how to get your ideas out there as well as a candid tone

  6. says:

    Good entry level book for new political activists

  7. says:

    Interesting how to guide from the founder of no page 3 which takes you through the key points about how to sort out the world essentially Really good

  8. says:

    Short and interesting about Lucy Anne being fed up with pictures of halt naked women in family newspapers

  9. says:

    Interesting book about a worthwhile and passionately carried out campaign

  10. says:

    This is the short non fiction books written by Lucy Anne Holmes the girl behind the ‘No More Page 3’ campaign What started off a