Black History Month Event, Friday 16 November 2018, 6-8pm at Crossroads Women’s Centre.
Launch of Marxism, Colonialism and Cricket, a volume of essays on CLR James’ Beyond A Boundary, widely regarded as one of the most important books on cricket and on sport generally. The book concludes with an essay by CLR’s key collaborator, Selma James, who is based at the women’s centre. Hosted by Crossroads Women and Women of Colour in the Global Women’s Strike.
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“Many Maids Make Much Noise” A film project and theatre workshop by Olivia Plender. This workshop is part of the East London Federation of Suffragettes (ELFS) project and is based around a play, Liberty or Death, written by Sylvia Pankhurst around 1913 about working class women’s struggles in the East End of London. The initial workshop was held 16th October 2018 and a follow up event will be held at the Centre on Sunday 11 November. All women welcome! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all the details.
“Remember Eleanor Rathbone: An Oral History Project.” Calling Grandmothers, Great-grandmothers!!! On the 70th anniversary of the first payment of Family Allowance, now Child Benefit, share your memories of what this money meant to you by being interviewed for our Oral History Project. Click on the image here for more details and find out how to share your story.