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G20 Climate Camp in the City: Show them your woolly protest powers

Posted by laurapurlprincess on March 31, 2009

You might have noticed that there’s something going down in the city tomorrow and as always knitting has just got to get in on the action.

The organisers of the G20 Climate Camp in the City are taking action on climate change and are taking to the streets in protest to show how a gathering of people can make a change. They have asked that people come out to ‘transform’ the financial district with theatre, music, and craft and hopefully have a peaceful but powerful protest.

Yarn Bombers, this is your chance to get a little knitting anarchy going, so why not gather a crew of stealth yarn bombers together and get your graffiti knitting groove on? Tag door handles, monuments, lamp posts, railings, trees, whatever you can get your woolly mitts on and show The Man that you’re not going to sit down and take it any more.

After all nature doesn’t do bailouts!

Find out more about the G20 Climate Camp in the City on their website:

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