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Keep the Faith (2006)
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quoted in the International Herald Tribune (24 November 2005)
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quoted in Time Out (12 December 2001)
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quoted in the International Herald Tribune (24 November 2005)
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quoted in the documentary The Question Mark Inside broadcast in the UK by Sky Arts (30 October 2009)
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quoted in The London Evening Standard (9 August 2001)
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quoted in The Guardian on the first anniversary of the unlawful shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes by the Metropolitan Police (22 July 2006)


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Martin Firrell
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Born: April 4, 1963 (age 54)

Occupation: Writer, campaigner

Bio: Martin Firrell has been described variously as a cultural activist, a campaigner, a public artist, or benevolent provocateur, stimulating debate in public space to promote positive social change.

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