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A Woman's Place is on the Platform

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A Woman's Place is on the Platform!
Linda Bellos and Helen Steel in Cambridge.


Linda Bellos OBE - revolutionary lesbian feminist, former Lambeth Council leader, founder of Black History Month UK, lifelong equalities campaigner. Disinvited by a Cambridge College student society for saying she would publicly question some trans politics.

Helen Steel - trade unionist, social justice and environmental activist, McLibel defendent and heroic campaigner for justice against state spying and insitutionally sexist abuse by the police. Attacked at the Anarchist Bookfair for defending the right of women to distribute leaflets voicing concern about the Tory government's review of the Gender Recognition Act.

Women have the right to speak about matters that affect their lives. Women will not be silenced.

Come to hear them speak, ask questions and discuss.

This event is free. A collection will be made to cover to expenses.

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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

ID is required for each person attending and must match the name on the ticket.
There is no minimum age. Babes in arms are encouraged. Please consider the suitablity of the event if bringing children. No unaccompanied children.


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For the security of all attendees, bags will be searched on entry.

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Tickets are free. Organisers reserve the right to cancel any tickets ordered.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email CambridgeWPUK@gmail.com
We aim to get back to you within 48 hours.


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