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Mary Quaile Event on Grunwick Strike 1976-1978, 3rd December 2016 at the Working Class Movement Library

Our final event for 2016 looked back at the Grunwick Strike of 1976-1978, one of the most important industrial disputes of the 1970s when a group of mainly Asian women  struck for union recognition at the Grunwick film processing plant

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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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Mary Quaile Club event on Saturday 9 April 2016, Migrant workers: past and present

On Saturday 9 April, 2pm,  we held an event at which  we discussed the issue of migrant workers, past  and present. This took  place in The Annexe at the Working  Class Movement  Library, 51 The Crescent, Salford M5 4WX. The

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Mary Quaile Club event on 21 March 2015 , A real International Women’s Day event!

International Women’s Day was celebrated for its true socialist feminist origins on  21 March by the Mary Quaile Club. The day celebrated the life of trade unionist and socialist feminist Mary Quaile with contributions from historians, trade unionists and women

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