Here’s a book that can inspire, amuse and provoke. Well worth a read and written by someone from Manchester.
The blurb from the back of the book reads: “With his flat cap and simple homemade sign, Andrew Graystone became an unlikely global hero as he stood outside his local mosque after the shooting at the Christchurch mosque in New Zealand. It was a gesture of what he calls ‘Everyday Activism’ – small acts of kindness, resistance or rebellion – that say ‘no’ to the way the world so often is, and ‘yes’ to what it can be.”
and also “Andrew Graystone is a writer, journalist, teacher, broadcaster and provocateur – or as his mother puts it, he can’t hold down a proper job.”