Remembering Resistance: a Century of Women’s Protest in the North of England is a new project from researchers at Lancaster University that aims to bring to life the history of women’s protest.
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Remembering Resistance will create a permanent archive of women’s activism to inspire future generations. To ensure that the voices of women who have been involved in protest are preserved, the project is gathering oral histories and archival accounts from women who have been active in protest or political campaigning, past and present. If you’ve been involved in protest or campaigning and want to share your experiences, they would love to hear from you.
To learn more about the project, including how to be an interviewee or to train as a citizen researcher, get in touch with Sarah Marsden at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can learn more at www.rememberingresistance.com, and follow the project on Twitter @rememberresist.