Organised by Manchester Film Cooperative in partnership with the Working Class Movement Library, this will be an evening of short films and discussion dealing with the women’s movement of the early 70s and its continued relevance to today. It takes place at the King’s Arms, Bloom Street, Salford.
The evening will include A Woman’s Place – a film that covers the first Women’s Liberation Conference in February 1970 and the International Women’s Day march in March 1971.
Films start at 7.45pm and will be followed by a discussion chaired by Bernadette Hyland (WCML). Confirmed speaker Louise Livesey (Ruskin College).
Entry to films £3 or £2 for unwaged, low waged or students