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Part of the protest movement, "not dead yet" which opposed the introduction of assisted suicide in the UK, this particular banner attacks the standpoint of the film "Me Before You" in which a newly disabled man commits suicide. Not Dead Yet objected to the film's unspoken premise, that living life as a disabled person is somehow second-class or "not worth it"

Archive information
  • Extent: 1
  • preservation format: JPEG2000/TIFF
  • transfer format: 40MB uncompressed RAW digital image file
  • Original format: plastic banner with metal eyelets

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