When I first moved to Manchester with my family all I knew was that George Best lived here! In retrospect I think he had already moved on, but he cast a giant shadow. Later I realised that the city was not only the home of football, but of radicalism and of a multi-cultural population which [...]
Pamela Berry – co-organiser of the Women's March and a Masters' student at MMU is compiling an archive of interviews with participants in the Women's March on 21 January. This will form a part of the radical collection of the Manchester libraries sound archives and build on the city's history of campaigning for women's rights [...]
When you vote on June 8th what issues will influence you? Brexit, war with North Korea, terrorism, immigration – or austerity, child care, education, the NHS, social care and the basic unfairness of our society. Will politicians be campaigning on 'women's issues', recognising that the economy does not work for the majority, and that the [...]
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