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DanceMatters Jun 14
Today is the 101st anniversary of the death of , one of the leaders of the British suffragette movement. Enjoy this fabulous version of 's ; a celebration of the fight for women's suffrage.
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HE North West Jun 14
It's 91 years since died. Born in Manchester as a she was crucial for women's suffrage. In 2018 we recognised sites of suffragette protest & sabotage, including the grade II* Listed Free Trade Hall Manchester. See them here-
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LouiseWoodwardStyles Feb 11
What an incredible little place this is , it's a charity called Emmaline's Pantry that supports vulnerable women and babies leaving hospital we've donated a silver cross pram, baby carrier & lots of other items for a new mummy and baby.♥️
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Katie Dec 14
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Emma Louise Pinnock Dec 14
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UoMProcurement Dec 14
Fantastic to see so many people marching up Oxford Road to see the unveiling of the statue today! What a beautiful day for it.
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MaryAnningRocks Dec 14
Deeds not words Manchester march 😍 the kids are amazing
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Kate Stone Dec 14
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Catherine Kilbane 10h
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Royal College of Music Museum Dec 14
100 years ago, were able to for the first time. At the RCM, we remember the contribution of & Dame . A close friend of , Smyth wrote the suffrage anthem 'The March of the Women'.
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David Clark Dec 15
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Our Emmeline Dec 7
Just one week to go to the unveiling of on Friday 14 December, the next step of what's been an inspiring journey and wonderful reflection of the legacy of and all those who have worked and are working to make women's equality a reality
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Sylvie Pope Dec 14
It has made my year to hear these young girls chanting as we unveiled the first statue of a woman in Manchester in 117 years, celebrating a century of ’s legacy. ‘We are strong, we are women, we are winners’. Yes, you are.
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Craige Barker Dec 14
At the unveiling of the Statue of Emily Pankhurst. Amazing day and so moving ⁦
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The Federation Dec 14
'I'd rather be a rebel than a slave.' Today marks 100 years since the first women were allowed to vote in a General Election. We're SO excited for the unveiling of in For all the trailblazing women we know and for all our
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The London Library Jun 14
"There can be no doubt about the singleness of her aim and the remarkable strength and nobility of her character". The Times obituary on , founder of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), who died 1928.
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The Peoples Hub Feb 1
"I would rather be a rebel than a slave."
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MancMade® Dec 14
A beautiful statue, to an amazingly strong woman in one of the most diverse, culturally rich & creative cities in the world...but sooner or later someone will stick a traffic cone on the outstretched arm of . People will rage, she would probably smile.
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InnovateHer ® Dec 14
We’re heading to the Emmeline Pankhurst Statue unveiling in Manchester this morning 💜 Will you be there too?
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Rosie Moon Jun 7
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