A statue of Salford Suffragette Mary Clarke is planned to be built in Brighton to recognise the work she has […]
“A great treasure”: Salford’s Working Class Movement Library ‘thrilled’ to have acquired a rare Sylvia Pankhurst newspaper collection.
In the 21st Century more women than ever before have the right to vote as well as the opportunity to partake in politics and take an interest in social affairs. The Salford Working Class Movement Library celebrates the incredible journey.
To celebrate the Year of the Woman, Women’s Words Manchester has invited women from all backgrounds to submit their stories […]
A MANCHESTER centre dedicated to suffragette founder Emmeline Pankhurst is seeking £20,000 crowd funding to create a garden as a […]
SALFORD’S Working Class Movement Library is holding an open day to showcase a collection of materials relating to women’s fight for […]
AS THE WORLD’s first great industrial city, Manchester has long been central to a number of radical political movements, figures […]