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”
In our first #WomenMakeSheffield post, we’re spotlighting Jules Gray (@beer_revere), owner of the award-winning beer shop Hop Hideout (@hophideout), based in Kommune at the heart of Sheffield’s city centre. SFA’s Jenny, Laura and Sophie joined Jules last month to chat all things women in the beer industry.
In June, Sophie, Cora and Rosemary from SFA met with Lily Daniels (@terracottalily) from Seventeen Nineteen (@17Nineteen), a Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) project located in Sunderland’s East End, with funding from the National Heritage Lottery Fund. The project is responsible for the restoration of Holy Trinity Church and reconnecting the city with the history ofContinue reading “SFA and Seventeen Nineteen: Uncovering the underrepresented stories of the local community”