We Stand Together #Activism100
Hatpins to Hashtags is almost at an end and we're so grateful to all who have joined us in making it such an incredible journey. Before we finish, we're asking all our collaborators, participants, and project supporters to join us in creating 'We Stand Together #Activism100'.
This permanent archive record will list all who wish to stand in solidarity with those who are fighting for women's rights today. We'll be archiving the record on December 14th, to celebrate the centenary of the very first time that (some) women were able to vote in a general election.
With so much of our story disappearing down social media timelines, we believe it is essential that we remember the importance of creating records to inspire activists of the future as so many others have inspired us. Please do join us!
If you already have an account, just login and tick #Activism100 on your user profile to join.
To mark its 40th anniversary and to celebrate 100 years of (some) women getting the vote, Feminist Archive South is bringing an exciting touring project to five locations in the South West: Glastonbury, Weston-super-Mare, Taunton, Bridport and Plymouth.
Hatpins to Hashtags offers free workshops, events and a unique exhibition of inspiring, campaigning posters from the Women’s Liberation Movement (1970-2000).
Over the last 100 years, from hatpins to hashtags, women have defended themselves and fought for equal rights with whatever tools are to hand. Celebrating the legacy of the fight for suffrage and the actions of the Women’s Liberation Movement, we hope Hatpins to Hashtags will inspire and motivate us all in the age of the hashtag.