Hiding in plain sight- next SFN meeting July 3rd at 7.15 pm Quaker Meeting House!!

Happy Saturday feminist friends!!

Hope you are enjoying the summer sunshine, and as the World Cup in Russia is well under way, what better way to show some sisterly team solidarity than by attending our very next Sheffield Feminist Network meeting on Tuesday 3rd July!!

The meeting will kick off at 7.15 pm at the Quaker Meeting House, where the Sheffield Feminist Archive Project and the Sheffield Feminist Oral History Project will be playing for the past, present and future of the feminist story by highlighting the hidden story of the feminists who have been forgotten in history!!

It’s always a game of two halves as we break for coffee and collaborative chat halfway through the proceedings- an opportunity to network, promote your various women’s interest groups etc and make new friends!!

At the end of the meeting, there is also plenty of time to discuss future events,perhaps chat with the organisers, or speakers, and maybe consider your own personal contribution to the Archive project!!

If you aren’t already on our SFN mailing list, why not pop your details down, and you will receive mailings, info on forthcoming special events and much much more!!

See the amazing details below for more details on how you can score for the sisterhood!!

“Hidden Feminists in Sheffield’s History”
With Sheffield Feminist Archive and Members of the Sheffield Feminist Oral History Project
Following their fantastic, interactive presentation for the anniversary of the first phase of women’s suffrage, members of the SFA and Oral History Project will share their stories of women who have changed Sheffield over the last 100 years and some whose important voices have not yet been heard.
* There will be opportunity to:
* Sign up to the projects including offering to being interviewed for the Oral History project or to training as an interviewer
* Hear about future plans for the development of both projects
* Donate feminist books to the new Sheffield Feminist library at Wortley Hall
* Contribute also to plans for Extraordinary Women Events in Sheffield in September
* Influence the vision for a 100 years more of Sheffield Feminism
All women welcome. The venue is fully accessible. £2/free (concs)

Truly an event not to be missed!!

See you there!


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