Inside a Bristol warehouse is a vast history of women’s fight for rights
The Cable explores the present day relevance of the Feminist Archive South.
Watch: Do mandem need feminism?
MANDEM are an organisation led by men of colour making moves and taking on important issues. In their latest event they explored how and why mandem need feminism.
Palestine to Bristol: Football, freedom and feminism
“We live surrounded by a wall, but through football we can break it down”: the Palestinian women using sport to resist oppression.
Feminist library protestors “violently” evicted
Domestic violence campaigners have been “violently” evicted from Cheltenham Road Library.
“We invite you to join us”: Activists occupy Cheltenham Road library
Domestic violence campaigners have occupied the historic Cheltenham Road Library to protest a lack of social housing.
Bristol Cable women’s roundtable: “This is not a democracy”
Four young women on their thoughts and feelings on democracy in the everyday.
Even in 2016, listening to our bodies is a radical idea
Bristol company Coexist have caused a media sensation by discussing a ‘period policy’ for its majority female workforce
Enough is enough. Surveying sexism at work
A Cable survey of people who’d experienced workplace sexual harassment and discrimination, yielded shocking results. What can be done about this persistent issue?
‘It’s nasty and it’s bullying’: sexism and the council
As with most local authorities, Bristol's councillors are mostly male – and some bad attitudes have been surfacing of late. What can be done to level the gender playing field?
Behind the scenes: the Tara Hudson campaign
Instrumental in the campaign to move Tara was Bristol Pride. The Cablespoke to Daryn Carter, director of Bristol Pride, about why Hudson’s case became mainstream news, and what needs to be done to protect other transgender people from the same treatment?
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