Andrea Needham first became involved in radical politics when living in Washington, D.C., in the late 1980s, first at the Community for Creative Non-Violence, and then at Dorothy Day Catholic Worker. In Britain, she has campaigned on issues including war and sanctions on Iraq, the arms trade and climate change. She lives in Hastings with her 11 year old daughter, and currently works on campaigns against roadbuilding and biofuels.
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