'The Women's Freedom League' by Claire Eustance





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Published on Oct 5, 2016

Women’s History Month: March 2016

‘Muriel Matters! The story of an Australian woman who came to London and became a suffragette.’

Muriel Matters was an actress from Adelaide who arrived in London in 1905. She joined the campaign for Votes for Women and undertook a number of daring exploits including chaining herself to the Ladies Gallery in the House of Commons. A member of the Women's Freedom League Muriel Matters was, like many others, imprisoned as the result of her campaigning exploits. The film will be introduced by Deirdre Brock MP and Dr Clare Eustance from the University of Greenwich will give a short talk on the Women’s Freedom League before the film.

Due to copyright we cannot show the film, ‘Muriel Matters!’ on this website. It can be downloaded at www.roninfilms.com.au

Women’s History Month is being celebrated with four talks throughout March 2016 along with the International Women’s Day Lecture, ‘Eleanor Rathbone, A Most Independent Member’, held on 8th March 2016 by Dr Susan Cohen.

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