We Are A Movement That Wont Be Slowed

London, 1909: If you were a woman you were not allowed to vote. You were not allowed to graduate from Oxford – although you could attend lectures. You could earn £12 a year as a maid, if you were lucky to get that work (about £1,310.74 in todays currency). Your life expectancy was 55 years old.   You didn’t really have a voice. If you … Continue reading We Are A Movement That Wont Be Slowed