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British punk culture in the 1970s and 80s is a story of the power of youth voices and creativity in the face of suppression and hopelessness. It's a visually beautiful, sometimes dark, story of using all sorts of art forms to speak truth to power and imagine better, more vibrant and equitable futures. Punks can teach us a lot about pushing back on tired, oppressive social norms and finding new ways to express our own identities and beliefs. This zine makes for great historical context and inspiration for art classes looking to explore DIY art styles, and it also includes its own pin-making activity, easy enough for anyone to try at home.
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