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    What it’s like to curate the biggest Frida Kahlo exhibition in a generation

    Talking to Circe Henestrosa, the co-curator of Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up.

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    Moya Crockett
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    Why Sarah Gordy’s MBE is a milestone for women with Down’s syndrome

    “The significance of Gordy’s MBE, and the heightened profile it gives her as a successful, empowered woman with Down’s syndrome, shouldn’t be underestimated.”

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    Moya Crockett
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    This editor took out a full-page ad after being mistaken for a sex worker

    “We are black creative women heading to Cannes, please do not ask us how much for the night #AssumeNothing.”

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    Moya Crockett
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    From Brie Larson to female football fans: the women making waves this week

    Highlighting women who rocked the boat, pushed for change and made history around the world.

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    Moya Crockett
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    How Vicky Featherstone’s new TV series spotlights women’s stories

    Talking #MeToo, double entendres and conscious hiring with the acclaimed feminist theatre director.

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    Moya Crockett
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    Your 2018 Feminist Calendar: protests, panels and exhibitions celebrating the sisterhood

    Celebrate, educate and get irate at these events, through summer 2018 and beyond.

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    Moya Crockett
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    This new BBC documentary about Emmeline Pankhurst is a must-watch

    Emmeline Pankhurst: The Making of a Militant will explore the woman behind the myth.

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    Moya Crockett
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    The true story of Daphne Oram, the mother of modern electronic music

    Born in Wiltshire in 1925, she went on to change the sound of music forever.

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    Anna-Marie Crowhurst
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    This online exhibition takes you behind the scenes of the suffrage movement

    The brainchild of Google, Road to Equality celebrates the heroic women who fought for the right to vote.

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    Moya Crockett
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    Kate Clanchy is the teacher we all wish we had

    And her new poetry collection, England: Poems from a School, might just be the year’s most important book.

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    Moya Crockett
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