Issue 72: Wales rises up

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In this issue

A moment to reflect: 25 years of devolution, Senedd reform and a General Election Joe Rossiter

Coal and Community in Wales – Images of the Miners’ Strike: before, during and after Amanda Powell

What next for the steel town? Katie Lloyd

Towards democratic and resilient energy communities Lydia Godden

When Palestine is under attack, what does Wales do? Ka Long Tung

A Passion for Welsh Agriculture: Championing a Sustainable Future James Evans

Getting on with business Kevin Gardiner

A stake in the land: How access reform could help rural Wales thrive Eben Muse

‘The system needs changing’ Jane Dodds talks to Josiah Mortimer

The irresistible rise of Automated Facial Recognition Technology Rebecca Wilks

‘Troubles’ in Ely, one year on: Making space for a community-led response Dave Horton

Productivism: Wales’ next move? Harry Thompson

Making Connections Marc Lewis

Return to Mamwlad: Deconstructing the brain drain Gwenno Robinson

In search of Welsh cinema Fedor Tot

Heritage on the Brink: Saving Wales’ Postwar Architectural Heritage Dr Ian Owen

The value of creativity: How Anthem supports musicians in the making Jude Rogers

Ghost dance Morgan Owen

Book reviews

Gathering, Women of Colour on Nature Azad Ali

How Black was my Valley Gareth Thomas

The Future of Wales Kelly Huxley-Roberts 

Brutal Wales Rowan Campbell

Wild Cherry Caitlin Jones

Tir: The Story of the Welsh Landscape Andy Bevan

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