#WomenMakeSheffield: Resisting sexual violence in the Steel City

For our latest #WomenMakeSheffield blog post, Cai met a number of activists engaged in  campaigning against sexual violence within the Steel City. Through our discussion with the co-organisers of last year’s vigils for Sarah Everard, student-led campaign Our Bodies, Our Streets and one of the co-founders of local anti-racist collective Take the Knee, we discoveredContinue reading “#WomenMakeSheffield: Resisting sexual violence in the Steel City”

Happy Women’s History Month! Sheffield City Archives remains closed and things have been fairly quiet on the surface at SFA recently, but that’s only because we’ve been busy behind the scenes! Today we launch our latest project Women in Lockdown, aiming to document women’s experiences of the pandemic through a digital archive of spoken andContinue reading

Sheffield Archives visit – 1st April

By: Annie, SFA Intern Today some of our group of organisers took a trip down to Sheffield Archives to deposit more collected materials, and take a look at some of the materials already in the Sheffield Feminist Archive collection. We were inspired by the wealth and breadth of women’s liberation  and feminist materials, from SheffieldContinue reading “Sheffield Archives visit – 1st April”