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The inspirational story of the first all-female peace camp at Greenham Common, told from the inside by the women who were there, their children and grandchildren. In 1981 after walking from Cardiff a small group of women set up the protest camp to block the installation of a new generation of nuclear weapons. A warm, intimate portrait of the ordinary women who changed the world, this highlights their creativity and positivity that drew women from across the world and marked the dawn of a global ecofeminist movement that still inspires activists today.

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  • Runtime
    58 minutes
  • Director
    Sonia Gonzalez
  • Producer
    Anne Labro
  • Editor
    William Roy