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Unfinished Business – The Fight for Women’s Rights

Fri 23 Oct – Sun 21 Feb 2021

From bodily autonomy and the right to education, to self-expression and protest, our online author interviews and library exhibitions explore feminist activism in the UK and the history of women’s rights.

Unfinished Business – The Fight for Women’s Rights Events

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Unfinished Business: The Fight for Womens Rights Display

Mon 2 Nov – Fri 18 Dec 2020 Ipswich County Library Free entry

Cancelled

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Helen Lewis.

In Conversation with Helen Lewis, author of Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fights

Wed 4 Nov 2020 , 18:30 – 19:30 Online event Free entry

Helen Lewis talks about her book 'Difficult Women: A History of Feminism in 11 Fights'

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Meet the Author: 'How to Have Feminist Sex' in conversation with Flo Perry

Fri 13 Nov 2020 , 18:00 – 19:00 Online event Free entry

Join us in conversation with Flo Perry, author of How to Have Feminist Sex: A Fairly Graphic Guide.

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An Evening with Dolly Parton

Wed 2 Dec – Sun 21 Feb 2021 , 19:30 Online event Free entry

Award-winning music icon and fierce library advocate Dolly Parton will be speaking to Sarah Cox as part of the Unfinished Business exhibition.

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Meet the Author: In conversation with Syd Moore

Thu 10 Dec 2020 , 19:00 – 20:00 Online event Free entry

Syd will be exploring with us the history of female persecution from witch hunts and modern day female stereotypes

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Unfinished Business: The Fight for Womens Rights Display

Mon 4 Jan – Sun 21 Feb 2021 Lowestoft Library Free entry

Take a look at the Unfinished Business display panels focusing on the fight for women's rights at Lowestoft Library.

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Pride & Periods - In conversation with Gabby Edlin

Thu 21 Jan 2021 , 17:30 – 18:30 Online event Free entry

Gabby Edlin will be discussing period poverty and the battles not yet won for equality when it comes to our bodies.

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