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“…the point is to change it”: Remembering Ruth and Eddie Frow and the WCML

  Last Saturday’s event commemorated the lives of the  Frows,  showing  how their belief in communism was about grassroots activity which included the creation of the Working Class Movement Library in the 1950s. They wanted  to encourage  future generations to … Continue reading

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Political Women; Lauren, Trade Union Activist and Revolutionary Socialist

Lauren, aged 22 years, represents a new generation of young workers who are following in the footsteps of past activists such as  Mary Quaile,  who never wavered in her belief that trade unions were the key to women and men … Continue reading

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Stop,Look,Listen…my weekly selection of favourite films, books and events to get you out of the house

Watch Mia Madre(Home) made by Italian filmmaker, Nanni Moretti, who also plays the son, Giovanni , in the film. Two siblings face the death of their mother and react in different ways. The daughter, Margherita (Margherita Buy) is a Ken … Continue reading

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