Video review: Good Trouble magazine
We’ve seen lots of independent magazines working to understand the turbulent times we’re living in, but Good Trouble takes a more direct approach than most by advocating protest and resistance. Inspired by the American politician and civil rights protestor John Lewis, and his call for “good trouble, necessary trouble,” the magazine platforms a series of individuals and organisations that are working for a better, fairer society.
It’s a serious message matched with a light but impactful tone – check the video below to see those cover lines in more detail, and watch it through to the end to see the “cut out and keep Russian cyberweapon”.
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