The Long March to Equality brings the rarest items in the Library’s collections together for the first time. Spanning four hundred years, it tells the story of how women have fought and lobbied for equal rights in Britain. It invites visitors to delve in and discover: 'the greatest collection of women’s history in the world.' ‘Treasures’ from the Library’s collection have been selected because they represent the most significant moments in women’s history, and evidence the remarkable achievements of campaigning women’s groups and individuals. Retold through a range of visual media, the exhibition uncovers some of the most fascinating stories in British history, supported by a special audio guide featuring some of Britain’s most famous voices, including: Bill Nighy, Sophie Dahl and Sandi Toksvig.
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London Metropolitan University
Old Castle StreetLondonE1 7NT
- +44 (0)20 7320 2222
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- Take Toynbee Hall exit, turn right out of the station then first turning on the right.
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