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Journey To Justice (JtoJ) Festival opens (ext events)

Description: Journey to Justice Leicester

Exhibition and Festival of Social Justice

11-27 October 2019

"Journey to Justice: Leicester is part of the national travelling JtoJ exhibition, and consists of an exhibition as well as a series of events in the city which form part of a 'festival of social justice'."

Full details via https://jtojleicester.org.uk/
Follow @jtoj_leicester on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jtoj_leicester

** Don't miss pre-festival events:
6 October: George Lewis's pre-festival talk at Secular Hall: http://leicestersecularsociety.org.uk/calendar/view_entry.php?id=2418
++ 8 October: Ethnicity, Inequalities & The City - How Leicester can become a more inclusive city (Cancelled): http://leicestersecularsociety.org.uk/calendar/view_entry.php?id=2405

Also of related interest: The Strike at Imperial Typewriters exhibition at Newarke Houses museum continues until 26 October: http://strikeatimperial.net

Location: Attenborough Arts, Lancaster Road, Leicester
Date: Friday, 11 October 2019
Access: Public
Category: (i) External event of interest*
Created by: Public Access ( by LSS editor )
Updated: Sunday, 29 September 2019 09:32 GMT
Attachments: None

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