WAST ( Women Asylum Seekers Together –Manchester) with MISOL ( Manchester Migrant Solidarity) campaign To Shutdown Yarls Wood detention Centre 2013-2015
Through photographs, dance, song, drama, poetry and spoken word “Still We Rise” communicates the stark realities of life, and the injustices faced, by women seeking sanctuary in the UK The women express their resilience and resistance to the ultimate inhumanity experienced within the asylum system at Yarl’s Wood Detention Centre
The performance will start promptly just after 12.00pm.
This event is part of Wonder Women Radical Manchester
- Please note event attendees must arrive at least ten minutes before the start time of the event, otherwise their booked space will be given to someone on the reserve list
- Please contact the museum as soon as possible if you wish to cancel your reservation so your place can be given to another visitor
- Please note all donations are non refundable
When & Where
People's History Museum
There have always been ideas worth fighting for. Join a march through time at the People’s History Museum following Britain’s struggle for democracy over two centuries. Meet the revolutionaries, reformers, workers, voters and citizens who fought our battle for the ballot. Gather amongst their magnificent banners and discover how time off was won (and spent).
Enjoy our main galleries, Changing Exhibition Gallery and Community Gallery, along with interactives and activities for visitors of all ages. Browse our shop for unique books and gifts and round off your day with a bite to eat in our cafe bar The Left Bank.