Celebrating London’s pioneers of progress in their own words
Rights for Women: London’s Pioneers in their Own Words is a free exhibition staged at Senate House Library from 16 July to 15 December 2018. The exhibition explores the famous and also lesser-known stories of over 50 female pioneers who used London as a platform to campaign and advance equality for women in the areas of politics, employment, education and reproductive rights, from the late 18th century to present time.
Maria Castrillo, Head of Special Collections & Engagement, discusses the history behind the exhibition.
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