Jane Powell has devoted a large part of her life to two very different universes, both of which are based on gender identity - Greenham Common where women chose a different way of life, and the campaign against living miserably (CALM), aimed at bringing the suicide rate down among young men. Jane launched CALM as a pilot for the UK's Department of Health in Manchester in 1997, and returned to launch it as a charity in 2006.
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionGreenham Common Women’s Peace Camp changed the world – and my life
I recently heard a woman on the radio say she’d have rather lost a limb than not have lived at the camp. God, yes
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