Leicester Secular Society Events

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Sunday, 4 March 2018
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14:00 [14:00] Cynthia Brown: Votes for women in mid-C19 (ext event)
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"Telling the story of women’s long struggle for the right to vote. "Cynthia Brown will look at the early campaigns to get votes for women in the mid-19th century, before discussing the approach of suffragettes – like Leicester’s Alice Hawkins – in the early 20th century. "Her talk will look at why it took so long for women to get the vote, why the law was finally changed in 1918, and what women did with their vote, once they got it." The talk takes place at 2pm on Sunday 4 March at Newarke Houses Museum. Tickets – which include refreshments – cost £4 and can be reserved in advance by calling the museum on 0116 225 4980. A bronze statue of Leicester’s suffragette Alice Hawkins was unveiled in the city on 4 February, marking the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918 – the act that gave working class men the vote and paved the way for equality of mem and women at the ballot box. This talk is part of a series of educational and celebratory events in Leicester during the year, inspired by the life and work of Alice Hawkins and supported by a grant from the Government’s Centenary Cities fund. Alice Hawkins was a shoe factory machinist who led the women’s suffrage movement in Leicester in the early 1900s.

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18:00 Category: LSS - Secular Hall - Public event[18:30] LSS: Liz Clegg - Asylum seeking women and destitution in the UK
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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY EVENT Asylum seeking women and destitution in the UK Liz Clegg - How our asylum system fails to protect vulnerable women. Free entry with tea and biscuits All welcome International Women's Day is 8 March. More info: https://www.internationalwomensday.com/

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