Tuesday, 16. July 2019, Manchester Central Library, *****

from 16. July 2019 - 16:00 till 19:00

Manchester Central Library

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Tue 16 Jul, 4pm – 7pm
Free, booking recommended.
Manchester Histories are proud to present “*****”, a platform showcasing some of the ways that LGBT+ communities and their allies have stood strong for protest, democracy and freedom of speech. We invite you to: hear the story of Manchester’s Clause 28 protest march, the history of one of the most important ***** publications in Manchester, discover how archivists and activists have been using historical material to share LGBT+ heritage and much more.

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About Peterloo 2019
Peterloo 2019 is a project that is led by Manchester Histories and supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Working with key cultural organisations and communities across Greater Manchester it is delivering a programme of activity that combines public events, learning opportunities and creative exploration.

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