Sami’s parents were Spanish anarchists who fled Spain to live in France so she had a very politicised childhood. She was living in a Buddhist community in France with her daughter and partner where an English nun told them about Greenham. Then they moved to green gate for the winter of 85-86, although her daughter preferred bloo gate.
Sami talks about evictions and discovering what women did with porridge and how impressed she was with hardy Scottish lesbians. She loved meeting, sharing life stories and living with such a wide variety of women and experienced much generosity from all the people who supported the camps.
Sama was interviewed by Jill ‘Ray’ Raymond in November 2021.