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15 June 2022
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
All ages welcome
Are you passionate about issues facing the world today? We invite you to explore Activism past, present and future, as captured in Manchester’s Archives, and to share your own experiences. An artist will be on hand to help you get creative and add your views to our Wall of Activism!
Come along and catch a screening of “Born a Rebel”. Showing women’s lives from the suffragettes to the miners’ strikes, and much more, ‘Born a Rebel’ is a 15-minute film comprised entirely of archive footage from the collections of the Yorkshire, North West and North East Film Archives.
Archives represented include partners from Archives+
· Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre and Education Trust
· The Northwest Film Archive
· Manchester and Lancashire Family History Society
· Unlocking Our Sound Heritage
As well as University of Manchester Library Special Collections (Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre; University Main Library and John Rylands Library). Learn about the many migration stories documented at the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre, and how they are supporting Olympia’s Music Foundation.
This is a free drop in event. No need to book.
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