On 3 June 2017, an autonomous group of artists and cultural workers from Liverpool & Manchester wrote the names of nearly 2500 artist supporters of Jeremy Corbyn to fill a huge 8 metre banner. Artists4Corbyn was born.
After an initial series of banner drops on the day of General Election, Marginal Sundays were launched: a bold tour of marginal seats that has seen the banner - and Corbyn's message - shared in public spaces and in all weathers. Following this, the banner has appeared on picket lines around Merseyside in solidarity with workers' struggle as Artists4Corbyn engage in a permanent campaign beyond election time. This booklet charts the group's activities that took place alongside The World Transformed and Labour Party Conference of 2018.
Published by Artists4Corbyn, 2018. 32 pages, paperback with colour illustrations throughout.
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