Cater's Choice

DVD Question: who did actor Alan Rickman describe as "the human equivalent of a flag, a klaxon, a torch, a flare, an alarm clock"? Answer: the late Body Shop founder Anita Roddick, whose London memorial service in October last year became the launch of the I Am An Activist campaign to encourage action on issues she supported. Footage of the event, now available on a DVD of the same name, brought together what describes as "thousands of heroic saboteurs of the status quo" and features speakers from Amnesty International, Greenpeace and the Body Shop.

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