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Bootcamper gets over 350,000 people to respond to campaign

Last month an elderly disabled black woman was subjected to racist abuse by a passenger on a Ryanair flight. Bootcamp 10 grad Zita Holbourne explains how she got more than 350,000 people to respond.

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10 places to find low-cost therapy

“Caring for myself is not self indulgence, it is self preservation, and that is an act of political warfare” - Audre Lorde

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Bootcamps Trainer Nim talks racism, power, fashion and self-care

Campaign Bootcamp's Lead Trainer Nim reflects on their early campaigning in the latest Ace & Tate blog.

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Your chance to feature on the Campaign Bootcamp website

Here at Bootcamp we're updating our website content - including our graduate stories and campaigning resources. Let us know what you'd like to see, and if you'd like to be featured on the website!

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Our 14th Bootcamp – meet the cohort!

Our 14th Bootcamp wrapped up on 12th October - so we thought we'd do a blog to introduce some of the awesome campaigners and activists that joined us this month.

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Bootcampers take part in direct action outside the Bank of England

Bootcamp grads Noni and Rachel staged a stunt outside the Bank of England last month, declaring it a Financial Crime Scene. I talked to Noni to find out more about their campaign...

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#AndABlackWomanAtThat: a discussion of power and privilege

Sheri reflects on the oppression of her early life and how we must fight it, even in our own movement

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Sassy Apparel

Siana Bangura, poet, performer, producer and Bootcamp 12 grad, is Creative Director for Sassy Apparel. I caught up with her to find out more about the launch of their clothing line.

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5 Most Asked Questions for Trainers

I chatted with Erika from Training for Change about the top five questions she is asked by people curious about what it’s like to be a trainer.

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Ain’t no lie, baby (I’m) bi bi bi

As a bisexual (bi) woman and an ally to everyone in the LGBTQ+ community, I’m looking forward to 23rd September - Bisexual Visibility Day.

Graduate Story :

Jake Woodier

Jake is an activist from Brighton who has been involved in a range of campaigns, from housing and renters rights activism to campaigning for Palestinian solidarity.

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Sexual harassment shouldn’t be part of a good night out

Bootcamp grad Ester works with the Good Night Out campaign, to train pub, bar and late-night venue staff to respond to sexual harassment. I went to one of their trainings last month to check it out!

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Bootcampers take over The Guardian

Last weekend, the online magazine gal-dem was invited to take over the Guardian Weekend. I grabbed a few minutes with Leah, a Bootcamp grad and gal-dem editor. She told me what it was like.

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Eight sites that have kick-ass online resources

There’s a wealth of resources out there, you just have to know where to look. So to save you some of the searching and digging around the internet, I’ve listed eight below so that you can get started!

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Angela Fonso

Angela campaigns for cleaner air in London. She got into campaigning because she has two young children and was concerned about what emissions from asphalt in her local area will do to their health.

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