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Fighting Against Institutional Racism @LSHTM
Dismantling Colonial Legacies in Global Health Education
Independent group of current and former LSHTM staff and students, working collaboratively with LSHTM
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50 Years on From the Founding of the Gay Liberation Front: progress made since and applicability today
Join us to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the UK Gay Liberation Front (GLF) that had its first meeting on LSE's campus in October 1970. The GLF was formed as an international activist movement for the liberation of LGBT people after the Stonewall Riots in New York in 1969.
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Time & Location
13 ኦክቶ 2020 6:30 ከሰዓት – 10:30 ከሰዓት ጂ ኤም ቲ+1
About the event
The event will look back at its founding and early history and examine what progress has been made since and what learnings we can apply to the challenges the LGBTQ+ community faces today.
Part of the event will include a short presentation from LSE’s archives that will be given by Dr Gillian Murphy, the Curator for Equality, Rights and Citizenship at LSE Library.
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