National Women Against Pit Closures film screening: Saturday 3rd May, 2pm

2 05 2014

There is a screening tomorrow of Going Through The Change, a film about the experiences of miners’ wives during the strike of 30 years ago – see full details below. Members of NSTUC will be going along. You can find out more about the miners’ wives in the recent Guardian article.

Picture of women during the miners' strikePhoto: John Sturrock /reportdigital.co.uk

TO MARK THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREAT MINERS’ STRIKE A FILM SCREENING OF THE WOMEN AGAINST PIT CLOSURES FILM:

Going Through The Change!

AS PART OF THE BIRMINGHAM TRADES COUNCIL MAY DAY CELEBRATIONS ON

SATURDAY MAY 3RD IN BIRMINGHAM

“The women, whose voices we will hear in this film, are amongst some of the most frontline and experienced campaigners in the last thirty years: for women’s equality; for the survival of their communities; for trade union rights; for peace and for an end to military occupation and invasion. This is no piece of nostalgia but a vibrant important film, from filmmaker Anne-Marie Sweeney, which will have relevance to all those fighting injustice in years to come.”                                                                                                     Brenda Procter, National Chair of NWAPC

FILM SCREENING AT 2PM IN THE UNITE OFFICES,

TRANSPORT HOUSE, 112 BROAD STREET B15 1AY

For more information contact: Mary Pearson btucpresident@btinternet.com

 

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