32 Years, No Justice – Orgreave and the power of graphic protest

Craig Oldham’s work for the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign has helped communicate its ongoing demands for an inquiry into one of the darkest days of the 1984-85 miners’ strike. With the home secretary ruling out an investigation last week, we talk to the designer about where the protest – and the visual language behind it – goes next

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