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Time Machine Café: Activists of the 70s & 80s

November 12, 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm

This is an online event.

Tune in to this online time machine café and go back 50 years to discover the activists of the 70s & 80s… Explore stories through the visionary eye-catching DIY publications made by LGBT, black community and women’s rights activists in the UK, empowering people and opening up the world to what were considered radical ideas.

From the comfort of your own home, discover the working class heroes and political radicals that used non-mainstream printing as their platform to express their ideas for a new world. Told through the visually fascinating historical political manifestos, pamphlets & illustrations they created, and now held at Senate House Library, this is a treat for both history lovers, & rebels alike!

Other events in this series:

Time Machine Café: The Golden Age of Magic | 13 November | 18.00-18.45

Time Machine Café: Ada Lovelace & the New Scientific World | 16 November | 18:00-18.45

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Contact email address

shl.whatson@london.ac.uk

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Yes


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Date:
November 12
Time:
6:00 pm - 6:45 pm
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Website:
https://70s80sactivists.eventbrite.co.uk

Venue

Online: Senate House Library
Malet Street
London, London WC1E 7HU United Kingdom
Accessibility information
Phone:
020 7862 8417
Website:
www.senatehouselibrary.ac.uk

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Is booking required?
Yes
If your event is part of a series, please put the series title here
Time Machine Cafe
Contact email address
shl.whatson@london.ac.uk
Event partners
N/A
Region
London
Image copyright information
Senate House Library

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