What's on Collections in Verse Exeter Herstory: An Unfinished Fight for Women’s Rights This event has now passed. Please sign up to the mailing list to be kept informed of the project and upcoming events. First name (required) Please enter your first name Last name (required) Please enter your last name Email (required) Please enter your email address Please enter a valid email address (e.g. [email protected]) Sign up to the Exeter Herstory mailing list Exeter Herstory is the launch of a storytelling series diving into feminist histories to consider new pathways for change and action in the gender equality movement. Join us to explore this and other questions over dinner, alongside an evening lively of talks from activists, thinkers and poets leading feminist movements in Exeter. This is an open invitation to be a part of a lively evening of discussion, chew on change with us, and enjoy a light dinner whilst meeting some like-minded folks. Exeter Herstory: an unfinished fight for women’s rights is open to individuals, community groups and organisations in Exeter interested in gender equality. Women will be central to this conversation but this event is open to everyone. We’d love you to join us for this evening full of lively discussion and dinner. When? Tuesday 28 September, 6pmWhere? Exeter Central Library This event has now passed. This event is part of Collections in Verse, a national partnership project between Poet in the City, British Library and Libraries Unlimited. Booking for this event has now closed.