A heritage and arts organisation dedicated to recording and
preserving powerful stories, we use the creative arts and digital storytelling
to engage communities in oral history and heritage activities.
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Press release extract (24/01/18)
“For far too long female voices have been overlooked. Women’s stories may be very different to men’s, and it’s not just about what is told but how. A history of local women, their struggles, their rights and their victories is a history of Barking and Dagenham." Judith Garfield MBE, Executive Director at Eastside
From tomorrow till the end of March 2018, Dagenham Library
The story of women in the home in Barking and Dagenham and
East London and of the impact of domestic technology.
(To also borrow this exhibition free of charge, email us at email@example.com)