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Last updated:26 July 2018

Invisible Histories talk - Ali Ronan, 'The women who said yes'

Event location: Working Class Movement Library

Date: 5th Dec 2018

Event time: 14:00 to 15:00

What do we know about the seventeen women who stood for Parliament in the general election of December 1918?  They ranged from an anti-suffrage woman, Violet Markham, to a long-standing suffrage activist, Emmeline Pethick Lawrence (who stood as Labour candidate for Rusholme), to Norah Dacre Fox, a former suffragette and a fascist sympathiser.

Come and find out more...

Admission free; all welcome. 

This is part of the series of Invisible Histories talks, and runs alongside our suffrage centenary exhibition as part of our Voting for Change project.