Acclaimed activist and scholar Gill Hague talks with Jess Miles about the inspiring and powerful story of the women’s liberation movement and the domestic violence movement in particular, as told in her book, History and Memories of the Domestic Violence Movement: We’ve Come Further Than You Think.
As an insider, a participant in the social movements and campaigning struggles Gill shows how much activists and organisers today can learn from this important history.
History and Memories of the Domestic Violence Movement by Gill Hague is available to order on the Policy Press website for £15.99.
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