Tag Archives: IBRG

The IBRG archive at the WCML; the rebirth of a Branch. Part Two

    Today most of us involved in our trade union or community organisation use the internet, ¬†including FB and twitter to communicate with our members. In the period of this archive there was no internet and contact with members … Continue reading

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Building a Socialist Library (12) ; Friends of Alice Wheeldon by Sheila Rowbotham

In 1993 I was involved with the Kate Magee case in Derby. It was “almost” a miscarriage of justice except that local people in Derby contacted organisations including the PTA Research and Welfare Association and the Irish in Britain Representation … Continue reading

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