Although they marched to the call of “Deeds not Words” the legacy of the Suffragette’s campaign is one full of inspiring and emotive words that drew people to their vision for equality then and now.
This Sunday we’ll be at “Deeds not Words: A one day conference celebrating women’s activism in Manchester”, at Plant Noma in Central Manchester.
Organised by the Manchester branch of the Women’s Equality Party, there will be many local groups, organisations and individuals in attendance, including The Pankhurst Trust, Women Asylum Speakers Together, Stop the Traffik, Pregnant then Screwed and the LGBT Foundation.
We’ll be encouraging attendees to contribute and to spread the word to their family and friends.
The 24th November deadline for submission is steadily creeping up on us, so it’s time to get cracking on your story, poem, memories or thoughts.
If you need help, inspiration or just a gentle nudge, why not come along to our last life writing workshop at Gorton Library on 15th November 12.00 – 2.00pm. Ring 0161 227 3737 to book or for more details – click here.
There’s different ways to write your story and get it to us:
- send it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- collect an entry booklet from any Manchester Library (subject to availability)
- download the entry booklet – click here
- or just write or type it out
If you’re not emailing, you can drop off at your local Manchester Library or send to the Pankhurst Centre 60 – 62 Nelson Street, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester M13 9W.