100 years of protests: New exhibition on display in London

From unpopular wars to rallies against nuclear weapons, Britain's history of protests is long and varied. A new exhibition, at London's Imperial War Museum of all places, celebrates the people power involved in these demonstrations.

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    100 years of protests: New exhibition on display in London.

     

    From unpopular wars to rallies against nuclear weapons, Britain's history of protests is long and varied.

    A new exhibition, at London's Imperial War Museum of all places, celebrates the people power involved in these demonstrations, and attempts to tackle the all-important question: do protests make a difference?

     

    Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin reports from London.


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