Labelled a “domestic extremist” by the police, and “a magician of rebellion” by the press, John Jordan has spent the last 25 years merging art and activism. Working in various settings from museums to squatted social centers, international theater festivals to climate camps, he co-founded Reclaim the Streets and the Clown Army, Co-edited We Are Everywhere: the irresistible rise of global anti-capitalism (Verso, 2003), and co-wrote the film/book Les Sentiers de l’Utopie (Editions Zones, 2012).
By Resilience.org Staff, Resilience.org
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By John Jordan, ROAR Magazine
Would it be ridiculous to believe that not only the third runway will never get built but that one day our children will be able to hear a nightingale in Harmondsworth again because we had learnt to fall in love with the world, in love with life rather than money.