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Mary Quaile Club event: 30th September 2017

Our event on 30 September 2017 –  Fighting Unemployment, Poverty  and Austerity –  took place against the background of the introduction of the horrendous change to the social security system ie. Universal Credit and the annual Tory Conference which was

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Posted in Austerity, Book launch, Fighting austerity, Mary Quaile club meeting, Unemployment

We launch our second publication ” Dare to be Free: women in trade unions, past and present” 4 June 2016

On Saturday 4 June,  as part of the Manchester Histories Festival,   we  launched  our  second publication, “Dare to Be Free”: women  in trade unions, past and present. This publication has  two parts: a biography of Mary Quaile (1886-1958), written

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Posted in Book launch, Feminism, Mary Quaile club meeting, Migrant workers, Publication, Uncategorized, women's history, working class history

Mary Quaile event on 3 October 2015 with Brian Lavery and Hilda Palmer

We were delighted to welcome  Brian Lavery and Hilda Palmer to our event on 3 October in the Annexe at the Working Class Movement Library. Brian discussed his  book “The Headscarf Revolutionaries” (Barbican Press, 2015)  which looked back  to 1968

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Posted in Book launch, Events, Feminism, health and safety, Mary Quaile club meeting, women's history, working class history

Mary Quaile Club event on 6 June 2015, Book launch of Northern ReSisters:conversations with radical women

More than  40 people packed into the Annexe of the Working Class Movement  Library on the afternoon of Saturday 6 June  for the launch of the first Mary Quaile Club publication,   Northern ReSisters: conversations with radical women by Bernadette

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Posted in Book launch, Feminism, Mary Quaile club meeting, Publication, women's history, working class history

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