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Issue No. 2345

Sisterhood and After: an oral history of the Women’s Liberation Movement

The British Library has launched a new archive for the Women’s Liberation Movement focusing on the 1960s-1980s. 

It includes sections on equal pay, racism, politics, legislation and children.

It has some material on the Grunwick strike and pit closures. 

But there are gaps too—there is almost nothing on the Corrie Bill and the National Abortion Campaign. 

British Library, 96 Euston Rd  London, NW1 2DB

Being an alien: Family sculpture workshop

Fight your own alienation by building whatever the word “alien” means to you in plaster, soft modelling material and fabric.

Wear old clothes and be prepared to get messy. 

Suitable for children aged four and over.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park 10-11 April, various times £4

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Thu 21 Mar 2013, 15:42 GMT
Issue No. 2345
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