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Half the future and half the past

I’m speaking about the importance of women’s history at Housmans Bookshop. Why is the history of the UK, Europe and the world overwhelmingly male-dominated? What are we missing and why does it matter? And should we go about changing this through politics, through education, or as individuals? Followed by questions and discussion.

It’s 7pm on Wednesday 7 March at Housmans Radical Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road, King’s Cross, London N1 9DX. Entry is £3, which is refunded if books are bought during that visit.

About Jessica

Political and parliamentary engagement for Quakers in Britain


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