Have Your Say! at The People’s History Museum

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Have Your Say! at People’s History Museum, City Centre, 9 March 2017 - Book now

Activist Mark Krantz facilitates a discussion focused on International Women’s Day around the question ‘Now we have the UK’s second female Prime Minister in post, is the fight for workplace equality for women over?’ People’s History Museum staff will draw links from the topics discussed to the museum’s collection. Expect a lively debate.

 

1 - 3pm

Have Your Say! at People’s History Museum, City Centre

9 March 2017
Free entry

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