In the News:
Website: The Raging Grannies Action League’s website includes videos and press coverage of their protests. You may or may not agree with their politics but you have to wish that all political groups espoused their positions with equal humor and creativity!
Raging Grannies Barrie Style: When I was in Barrie Ontario photographing the Canadian chapter for GRANDMOTHER
POWER, which features the Stephen Lewis Foundation Grandmothers to Grandmothers
campaign, I discovered that some of their members are also Raging Grannies; they
recently launched a new website. Take a look!
Order: The award-winning 30-minute documentary about the Raging Grannies Action League that was produced by Pam Walton Productions.
Songs: If you need a song to sing at YOUR protest (or in your shower), you can borrow one from the Raging Grannies. They post their lyrics online for your amusement and use (if you give them credit!).
International Website: If you want to know what the Raging Grannies have been doing internationally, this website tells all.
Gaggles: Want to find a Raging Granny group near you? This map will help you locate one in Canada or the United States.
Behind the Scenes: See a sampling of images that are not in the book, including husbands and grandchildren, interpreters, local people and scenery that caught Paola’s attention while she was interviewing and photographing the Raging Grannies of San Francisco.