Saturday 13th September 2014 – Journey to Justice Speaker: Carrie Supple
Working with educators, youth groups, community, human rights & faith groups, historians, artists, curators, students & politicians, Carrie is creating a travelling exhibition telling the story of the US civil rights movement, showing how it affected people here & elsewhere at the time & to this day. It will make connections to local campaigns for freedom & rights, e.g. Peasants’ Revolt (East Anglia); Suffragettes (Manchester); trade unions (North East) & civil rights (Northern Ireland). Accompanied by education, arts & intergenerational activities, it will show how change can happen involving ‘people like us’ & encourage visitors to join justice campaigns.
Venue Epicentre, West Street, Leytonstone E11 4LJ
Times: 7.30 Buffet (please bring something if you can)
8.00 Talk & discussion, followed by social ending
Free entry. Voluntary donations invited.
Travel and Access Stratford stations & 257 bus
Leytonstone tube (exit left) & 257 or W14 bus
Overground: Leytonstone High Road, turn right, short walk
Disabled access, car park, bikes can be brought in, quiet children welcome. You can phone to confirm the talk will be as shown. Open to all, just turn up.
Enquiries 0208 555 5248 or 07443 480 509 http://www.raymondwilliamsfoundation.org.uk/NfNHome.html firstname.lastname@example.org
Patron: Peter Hennessy
Founded in 1996, the Club challenges the commercialisation and isolation of modern society. We meet monthly on a Saturday evening.
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