London History: “Suffragette City” – Social Activism & Movements

A poignant story of the struggle for social justice, rights and equality over the centuries – from individual protagonists to large-scale organised movements. We will explore and examine the origin and impact of activism in the capital and the success or failure of plots and rebellions – including the Peasants’ Revolt, the Suffragettes, the Matchgirl Strikers and the Anti-Fascist Movement. The course includes two trips to London. The costs of travel and any entry fees are not included in the course fees.

Full Fee: £105.00
60+ Fee: £79.00
Concessionary Fee: £53.00

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