A celebration of sisterhood

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A celebration of sisterhood

In the wake of the 'Me Too' movement, the first conviction for FGM, and the Brexit crisis, two London based female creatives have decided to bring other woman together to celebrate sisterhood and unity at a time of division.

The event aims to share female perspectives through art, poetry and film and the organisers have been speaking to Luke Blackall.

'She Lives' will take place on 20th of March 2019 in Café 1001 in Brick Lane.

 

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