Celebrating Sylvia Pankhurst’s life and work. Votes for women and world peace campaigner. Advocate for workers rights, equal rights and better healthcare for women, nursery education and widow’s pensions. Anti-fascist, anti-racist champion for Ethiopian independence from colonial rule.
Speakers: Professor Mary Davis, Visiting Professor of Labour History at Royal Holloway University of London. Meirian Jump, Archivist & Library Manager, Marx Memorial Library.
Sponsored by: ODTUC, African Caribbean Kultural Heritage Initiative, Faringdon Peace Group, Network of Oxford Women, Oxfordshire CPB.
Wheelchair access. Light refreshments provided. Free entry.
This event is part of Oxford International Women's Festival 2018.
Humanities & Identities
Women in the Humanities
Women's Suffrage 2018
Audience: Open to all