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Dr Sonia Adesara Jun 10
Today I spoke on with Kirsty Young & Baroness Shirley Williams On the campaign Why we need to fight for In the since women got the vote - 4503 men have been elected vs 489 women!!! πŸ˜¬πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ
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BwithBlueBlog Jun 10
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FLINT Jun 10
Women and girls across the country celebrate in a mass participatory artwork at
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BFC Jun 10
β€˜We are here, not because we are law-breakers; we are here in our efforts to become law-makers.’ - Emmeline Pankhurst.
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CriminologyCollectiveUK Jun 16
100 years of first votes for women:how far have we come. Sam Smethers from speaking on resilience and persistence of women.
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Wandsworth LGBTQ+ Jun 10
So pleased that earlier this week we visited (for the very first time) the statue of Millicent Fawcett. What With today’s anniversary & it makes the trip feel even more special. Mass march marks 100 years of women's vote
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Martina Dlabajova 2h
Happy anniversary ! Always look up!
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A New Ireland Jun 14
Constance Markievicz, first woman ever elected as MP in 1918 (for Sinn FΓ©in in Dublin). Of course she would not take her seat in Westminster, keeping in line with party policy. A marquee moment for both women's rights and home rule.
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Lily Ryann Jun 10
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Arty Call Jun 10
Gillian Wearing's 'Statue of Millicent Fawcett', 2018. The first monument to (& the first created by) a woman in Parliament Square
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Tabitha Rayne Jun 10
here we go! I'll be tweeting with my crew from today πŸ’šπŸ’œπŸ’šπŸ’œ πŸ’ͺ Here's my banner, say hellooo
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Tammy Mason-Moore Jun 10
Wish i could attend the today in I’m there in spirit massive respect to past,present and future ladiesπŸ™ŒπŸ»
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Russell Hogarth Jun 10
β€œI’d rather be a rebel than a slave” ~Russ
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Madeleine Black Jun 10
I learnt today that the colours were Green, White & Violet as it stands for Give Women Vote
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Lilly Drakoulakou Jun 14
Female colleagues at ’s office celebrating the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote, earlier this week.
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Laura Mann Jun 10
Great day, great atmosphere, great women! But still so far to go
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Portrait Gallery 17h
Today's Louise Jane Jopling (1843 - 1933), portrait-genre painter, teacher, and suffragist, was one of the first women admitted to the Royal Society of British Artists (in 1901).
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Krishna RK Jun 14
๏_๏ Despite celebrating their β—Œβ‘…β—β™‘β‹†β™‘ of LOVEβ™‘β‹†β™‘β—β‘…β—Œ.wish them a long live ND hope will entertain us long
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Sarah Shelton Jun 10
Celebrating 100 years of female suffrage in Britain! Women's rights are HUMAN RIGHTS! πŸ™πŸ»
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Sarah Hall Jun 10
Such a fabulous day celebrating . Some fab banners, talked to some lovely people and just enjoyed the celebration of womenhood over
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