Exhibition

Dear Sisters: Activists’ Archives

From: 21st March 2024 8:00 am

To: 1st September 2024 8:00 am

Lakeside

Lakeside Arts, Nottingham, UK

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Half a century ago, new laws improving the rights of women changed our society for the better. The Equal Pay Act of 1970 and the National Abortion Campaign to protect the Abortion Act 1967, to name but two, were achieved through the organised activism of women taking part in Women’s Liberation, socialist politics, and trade unionism, and with the support of women fighting for personal and civil liberties in their own communities. This exhibition presents an archive curated by Nottingham-based activists who brought their personal memories, zines, photographs, posters, papers, campaign badges and T-shirts for safekeeping in Manuscripts and Special Collections.  

Tuesday-Sunday, 12noon-4pm  

Closed Mondays  

Weston Gallery  

Free Admission  

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https://www.lakesidearts.org.uk/exhibitions/event/5937/dear-sisters.html

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