GOOD TROUBLE is a digital and print magazine looking through the lens of arts and culture at protest and activism around the world, existing as an annual independent publication in broadsheet newspaper format, GOOD TROUBLE aims to explore, connect and use the power of stories to build networks and amplify voices. It will be a process of discovery, experimentation, learning, and probably a few mistakes along the way. GOOD TROUBLE takes its name from a phrase used by congressman and veteran civil rights leader John Lewis, who has long said it’s time for us all to stand up, make our voices heard and get into some ‘good trouble’.
DIY activist-arts broadsheet GOOD TROUBLE returns with its third issue, with a massive 44 pages of art, protest and creativity, plus a big poster. With a special focus on the climate crisis, a dedicated section includes the likes of Olafur Eliasson, Extinction Rebellion and Bill McKibben (founder of 350.org), as well as the new wave of youth climate activists, Jakob Kudsk Steensen’s augmented-reality art, indigenous leaders, and large-scale photographs of humanity’s effects on the planet by Edward Burtynsky.