Introducing the Women Of The Soil project

 

Women Of The SoilThe histories of activism tend to ignore black women. They have been taken for granted and assumed to have a passive role.  Women Of The Soil is a heritage project which focuses on the professional achievements of local Black women and their activism within the community from the 1980’s to the present day.  It also looks at the ways in which Louise Da-Cocodia has influenced their professional/political /cultural development.

This project is aimed at inspiring the next generation(s), especially young women; to not only empower themselves but also think of the wider community.  It is also committed to ensuring that the voices of Black women and girls of all ages can be heard.

CLICK HERE for the full background to the project.  Worth also checking out this series of articles: Suffrage 100: The black women who changed British history  www.voice-online.co.uk/article/suffrage-100-black-women-who-changed-british-history  .

 

Links to the various pages and sections of the project:

 

A heritage project about Manchester Black Women

The Women Of The Soil project focuses on the professional achievements of Manchester black women and their activism within the ...
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Keynote Documentary Films for Women Of The Soil project

Two documentary films about the Women Of The Soil project created by First Cut Media and directed by Tony Reeves ...
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Culture and Faith

Deanne Heron, Dawn Owen-Harris, Erica McInnis, Francia Messado and Kim Wasey were interviewed for the Women Of The Soil project ...
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Women and Families

Julie Asumu, Erinma Bell, Wendy Henry and Zam Zam Mohammed were interviewed for the Women Of The Soil project with ...
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Health and Housing

Carol Baxter, Mary Chaba, Verna Davis and Jeanette Stanley were interviewed for the Women Of The Soil project with a ...
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Local Government & Equal Opportunities

Jackie Bailey, Maria Noble and Sonia Stewart were interviewed for the Women Of The Soil project with a focus on ...
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Enterprise and Employment

Lorna Downer, Mumba Kafula, Betty Luckham, Jackie McNeish and Natalie Teniola were interviewed for the Women Of The Soil project ...
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Education and Training

Judy Craven, Marilyn Cuffy, Tony Harris and Diane Watt were interviewed for the Women Of The Soil project with a ...
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Media Production and Oral History workshops

As a part of the Women Of The Soil project a number of workshops took place for young people's development ...
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Louise Da-Cocodia Education Trust was funded by Heritage Lottery Fund to work in partnership with First Cut Media and Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust on the Women Of The Soil project to produce a documentary and resources.

     

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