Motley: a Memoir. I2mo, Boston, 2. Boston, 1. Science: a Poem. Passion Flowers. Boston, I'SO Fearful Responsibility.
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Dillingham, with Introductory Poem by Whittier. Woolman edited. Child edited. A L'Abri or Tent Pitched, i2mo. OO Lady Jane, and other Poems. Class Poem. Booth in 12 Dramatic Characters. Cecile Dreeme. Generations of my students have used it for their academic research, as well as informing themselves about the continued oppression of women in our society and how to fight against it. The Library is now the only archive in London where a wide array of feminist publications are truly accessible to the general public and available on the open shelves. It also provides one of the few spaces in central London where women and feminist activists can come together to meet and organise for a better world.
If the Feminist Library is evicted from its current premises, Southwark Council will not only be guilty of cultural vandalism but also of silencing women.
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We also provide space for meetings, readings, exhibitions and events, a space which supports and encourages research, mutual support, activism and community projects, with well over 20 different groups having used the events space just in the past calendar year, a number of them national and international. We are volunteer led, as we have been all our life; we are intergenerational, being significant custodians of our feminist heritage, whilst looking to the future; and our approach is intersectional — we provide a space for different feminisms to co-exist.
We support not just archiving work, but also publish our own zines and support independent producers and artists. We are a registered charity, and completely self-funding. Uniquely, their well-being and finances have been swiftly and stealthily annihilated: BackTo60 - the return of their earned dues, in full - is what 50sWomen demand. Shut down Roosh V meetings in the UK As he spreads his hateful speech and guides people on how to exploit, manipulate and rape women, he's putting the welfare of women at risk.
He needs to be stopped by all genders, within our communities. Having written a number of jaw-droppingly offensive blog posts and published books, Roosh V believes that men should stop asking for permission, and that alpha males should slowly break down the confidence in women to get what they want. He is a hugely dangerous individual. His fans have extensive forums online, detailing where to 'pick up the easiest girls' in each city, naming bars, venues and strategies. Roosh V needs to be stopped.
Please sign. Shut down Roosh V meetings in Wales RooshV, a militant pro-rape pick-up artist is holding gatherings for his followers in Cardiff on 6th February This makes our city unsafe. Promoting rape is hate speech, and should be treated as such. This makes our cities unsafe for at least half the population. I myself was living within a safe house in Bristol with my one year old son when I started this petition. It took me almost a year to move out and that is relatively quick as many women I left behind have been there 2 years and counting.
Currently women and families living in temporary housing that need help from social housing to move on are not given priority. This petition is to get Bristol City Council to change the banding criteria to put vulnerable women and children into the highest band, Band 1. Despite being officially classed as homeless and at risk, the current highest banding we can be put into is Band 2. Not all women even get up to Band 2! This petition has got us some great attention and coverage and the issue was out to Bristol City Council in March as a motion to change the banding.
A vote was taken and we got a unanimous yes vote. We thought we had won and the change would be made. Unfortunately politics is never that simple. The then mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson, did not action the motion so it was not put through. As the local councillor and mayoral elections were coming up we knew we would not see a change happen till after May. So continuing to campaign we attended mayoral hustings, posed questions on radio programmes and used social media to reach out to all the mayoral candidates to give a response to this band change.
All were extremely positive about making this change and promised to see it happen. Marvin Rees, the new mayor of Bristol, went as far as putting it into his campaign manifesto to become mayor. Now he is in power, and has been for over days, we still have not seen the band change!
So now we are calling on him to make good on his promise and help save many lives. Bristol City Council needs to give priority banding to re house survivors of domestic abuse to literally save lives. Having to wait months to get into emergency accommodation is not good enough.
Having to wait years to get out of emergency accommodation is not good enough. Please sign this petition to make Marvin Rees stick to his promise and make this important change! Thank You. Child First: Safe Child Contact Saves Lives "No parent should have to hold their children and comfort them as they die, or be told that their child has been harmed in an act of revenge or rage.
Over the last 10 years, 19 children and 2 women have died as a result of unsafe child contact, formal or informal, with a parent who is also a perpetrator of domestic abuse. These deaths were avoidable. To protect children, the family courts must put children's safety at the heart of any decisions they make about contact with a known perpetrator of domestic abuse.
Whilst only a minority of child contact cases, after the parents have separated, are taken to the family courts many of these cases involving domestic abuse result in contact decisions which do not put the children's safety and best interests first. This can leave them, and their non-abusive, parent in considerable danger. What the Frack!