2 years ago

3 May, 2016

Brown St Hall, Newtown

Organised by:
Socialist Alternative Club

A wide-ranging look at the hidden history of working class women's radicalism, from the early 20th century in Broken Hill to the nurses' and teachers' strikes of the 21st century.
Marxist historian and activist Sandra Bloodworth will bring this to life, showing the ways in which the class struggle has been central to the changes working class women have won.