Marking LGBT+ History Month, 'Kath Duncan - the importance of working class LGBTQ woman in history’, online, 10 February 2021, free entry
As part of their ongoing collection of online talks the Working Class Movement Library are celebrating LGBTQIA+ month with a talk from Ray Woolford. In ‘The importance of working class LGBT+ women in history’, Ray will explore significant yet overlooked working class womxn who’ve played crucial roles in multiple civil rights movements.
The Working Class Movement Library is a well documented and vital resource with 200 years worth of records of ordinary men and women campaigning, organising and protesting. Based just a fifteen minute walk from the city centre, the library is a homage to those who have fought and struggled to get their voices heard.
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Marking LGBT+ History Month, 'Kath Duncan - the importance of working class LGBTQ woman in history’, online