Activist History Tour

Thursday 19 July
2-3pm
Union House
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Come learn about the decades of radical history at your student union and university campus. See were Timorese refugees where hidden, where draft resisters battled with police, and where students massed to protest the university’s complicity in cruelties.

We shall also visit the Ida to learn the history of the Princess Ida club, a 19th century woman-run alternative to the men’s-only student union . We’ll stop by the Food Co-op, to see a co-operative cafe and grocer that has been independent and student-run since 1976.

This guided tour is sure to inspire and intrigue all budding students, activists and historians. So come see the sights of the radical student movement.

Meet at 2pm on the ground floor of Union House (at the Info Desk)