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'INVISIBLE WOMEN: THE STORY OF TWO LGBTQ REVOLUTIONARIES' IS TO SHOW AT THE WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY AS PART OF LGBTQ HISTORY MONTH

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Luchia Fitzgerald is the co-founder of the Manchester branch of the Gay Liberation Front.

Together with Angela Cooper she opened the city’s first women’s refuge, started a rock band, and launched a radical queer printing press. 

Join the Working Class Movement Library for a screening of a documentary that uses their story to shine a light on Manchester's LGBTQ history.

This event is the Libraries contribution to LGBT History Month. 

Admission free & all welcome.

Date: 1st Feb 2020

Event time: 14:00 to 16:00

Working Class Movement Library

51 The Crescent

Salford

U.K. M5 4WX




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