Day School: Fighting Back – Wales and Public Protest
Museum of Cardiff The Old Library, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1BH
Event Date: 16/11/2019
10.30am Welcome and Introductions
10.40am Rhian E. Jones Popular Protest and Popular Culture: the Rebecca Riots and the Scotch Cattle
11.40am Gaynor Legall Reparative Histories: Exploring the Race Riots of 1919
12.45pm Lunch Break (Tea and coffee will be available, but there will be no lunch provided at this event)
1.45pm Rachel Lock-Lewis From a ‘miserable fiasco’, to The Last Rising and ‘The Home of the Vote’: Remembering 1839
2.45pm Victoria Rogers Activism and Local Museums
3.45pm Closing Remarks and Final Thoughts
To book your free place, please contact:
James Phillips, Llafur Events Secretary
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