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Dr Sarah Hellawell 5h
Finally met Millicent!
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iBrowsebooks Jul 18
Where can you find and next to each other? On the list of books written by women since 1918, now added to ibrowsebooks
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100voices100years Jul 17
A little story for a sunny day. Last year I met 100 women on twitter, at the pool, at events for & asked them about achievement. I got them to record themselves because I wanted to hear their words told through their voices... they surprised me every day ..
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Four Corners Jul 14
Look for the bandstand where you’ll find us warm and dry, gearing up for a 2pm kick off! Enjoy an afternoon of free music, food and celebration of the East London Suffragettes!
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Helen Antrobus Jul 16
Replying to @vicky_ig
A thought: this thread has been so amazing and has kickstarted some really interesting discussions, can we have reunion and share initial thoughts in person?
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Debbie Jul 11
Slightly late but thank you to the girls of year 7 for their attention during & insightful questions yesterday after my talk on Emily Wilding Davison
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Vicky Iglikowski-Broad Jul 13
Yesterday at work we had a ridiculously proactive meeting about the 1928 equal suffrage centenary. It got me thinking - what would the ideal 2028 centenary look like to you?
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scarlett rebman Jul 16
5 You Should Know: African American Suffragists via
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Georgina Cook Jul 13
Great afternoon celebrating . Lovely to see so many people out on the march and a lovely community spirit.
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Mass Humanities Jul 16
Announcing a special opportunity! To commemorate the centennial of the , we’re supporting projects that explore voting rights in America. First deadline 9/9, more info here:
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Pankhurst Centre 🐝 Jul 14
Today would have been Emmeline Pankhurst’s 161st birthday. An inspired leader of the , her tactics and views were contentious & controversial. Here’s to remembering women’s history- however difficult.
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LSE Library Jul 11
Explore two centuries of independent feminist press: We worked with and to create this editorial.
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Fido Jul 18
Delighted that our work with and for has been shortlisted for best Arts, Culture or Sport Campaign
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Mass Humanities Jul 16
We'll rightly be celebrating American suffragists in the States 2020, but here's a fascinating feminist outside our purview: 17th century nun and founding mother of Mexican literature, Sor Juana.
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Jackie del Castillo Jul 17
Stepping into the room where the movement began is a surreal experience. If you're in Manchester, don't miss it!
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Allison K. Lange, PhD Jul 16
Happy birthday to anti-lynching activist and suffragist Ida B. Wells! Congrats on your brand new historical marker in your hometown of Holly Springs, Mississippi (thanks to @mldwrites et al)!
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Humanities New York Jul 11
This great article in traces Hallie Quinn Brown’s path to the suffrage movement via black institutions. How Black Suffragists Fought for the Right to Vote and a Modicum of Respect
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Anne Jenkin Jul 13
Thanks but it was actually for doing an interview for the programme on Representation of the People Act commemoration. Very proud to receive it though!
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LSE Library Jul 15
Once she protested at the gates of Parliament, then in 1930 a statue of Emmeline Pankhurst was put up outside the Palace of Westminster to remember her fight for votes for women. Emmeline Pankhurst was born
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Claire Moore Jul 16
‘Magnificent’ Andrew’s lovely comment On See it tonight 7pm Tickets On the door or online here
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