April 16, 1938
A family plays on a beach in the shadow of Tower Bridge. There remain spots along the Thames where the sandy waterfront can be accessed - but somehow this image seems strangely incongruous.
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‘Women: A Journal of Liberation’, New York, 1970. Includes the articles ‘Speak Bitterness!’ by Diane Feeley, ‘Our Sister Rosa Luxemburg’ by Karen Whitman, and ‘The Woman-Identified Woman’ by ‘a group of Radical Lesbians’.
'N.Y. All-League Conference on the fight to free Angela Davis and all Political Prisoners', Young Workers Liberation League, Communist Party, United States, [early 1970’s].
N. Irish youth shouting at British soldier in Northern Ireland, unknown date
Not sure of the date but it was during Operation Banner.
Operation Banner was the operational name for the British Armed Forces’ operation in Northern Ireland from August 1969 to July 2007. Its role was to assert the authority of the British Government in Northern Ireland. The main opposition to the British military’s deployment came from the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA). It waged a guerrilla campaign against the British military from 1970 to 1997.
‘Talking About Women’s Liberation’, International Socialists, Highland Park, Michigan, early 1970’s.