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"The past we inherit, the future we build": Discussion with The Women's Banner Group

Thu 17.09.20
12noon1:30pm
GMT+1 / British Summer Time
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The Women’s Banner Group formed in 2017 with a mission to recognise and celebrate the achievements of women within trade unions, politics and communities, with particular recognition for the historically important women of the Durham Coalfield who history has forgotten. This session will comprise of a short film about TWBG's 2018 banner making project followed by a discussion about how the group uses community engagement, education, history, and creativity to promote equality, fairness, recognition and camaraderie.

Sponsoring Organisations:
womensbannergroup.org.uk

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