‘Gen Z’ takeover showcase at Lewes Labor Party office
The party decided that the office should act as a “showcase” reflecting and representing “the real issues facing our community, hoping to spark discussion and discussion.”
The windows were recently redesigned by Paul Grivell, a member of a Labor Party art group.
A new exhibit was launched on Monday – the so-called ‘Freedom Day’ – and run by Niamh Gearey, a 16-year-old out of Lewes Priory school and a member of Young Labor.
Niamh said: “I worked with some of my friends and my brother on the slogans and the window design – we were hoping to create slogans that sum up how we feel – marginalized – unrepresented and excluded from political decisions. , too young to vote. “
Shop windows are now full of handcrafted signs reflecting some of the concerns of “Generation Z” – a term used to describe the post-millennial generation, born in the first decade of the 21st century.
Slogans include “Climate Revolution Against Pollution”, “Fair Trade”, “Join a Union”, “Black Lives Matters Solidarity” and “Refugees Welcome”.
Niamh added: “We will not forget how we were treated by this conservative government that we are fed up with being ignored – having to take it.
“And we will vote, for the first time, in the next general election. Warning !