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Zoom history talk

Online History Talk - Queer Women Activists of East London

Historian Esther Freeman shares the stories of four Queer campaigners from her wider 'Women Activists of East London' project.

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Online History Talk - Queer Women Activists of East London

Time & Location

22 Feb, 19:00

Zoom history talk

About the event

As part of out LGBT+ History Month programme, Walthamstow-based social historian Esther Freeman will give an account of four remarkable women. From 1900 to the present day, Esther's talk will pick out the changing attitudes to sex, gender, and activism in East London. This talk will accompany an exhibition at St Peter's including work by Esther and LGBT+ artists.

The talk will last for around 40 minutes, and there will be a Q&A afterwards. The zoom link will be emailed to you shortly before the event. You must register for a ticket to receive the Zoom link.

The talk will be recorded and uploaded afterwards to our YouTube channel. Attending signals your consent to be recorded and included in this. Please mute your microphone and switch off your camera if you would like to attend without being recorded.

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