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Unfinished Buisness; The fight for Women's rights

What is the Exhibition about ?

From bodily autonomy and the right to education, to self-expression and protest, this new exhibition explores how feminist activism in the UK has its roots in the complex history of women’s rights. With social and racial inequalities thrown into sharp relief by recent world events, join the debate and add your voice to the many fighting for a fairer world.

Khadija Saye: in this space we breathe

Your ticket for Unfinished Business includes:

  • Admission to Khadija Saye: in this space we breathe

  • A display of nine powerfully evocative self-portraits by the Gambian-British artist that explore traditions of spirituality, and mark Saye’s concern with ‘how trauma is embodied in the black experience’.

Saye and her mother tragically died in the Grenfell fire in 2017. This display commemorates Saye’s enduring artistic legacy.

Planning your visit

All tickets must be pre-booked at the moment.

Ticket prices; Full Members £15.00

Members £15.00

Other concessions available

To book your ticket please press here and the link will take you through to the British Library.

Please remember to keep a safe distance from other visitors, and you must wear a face covering at all times.

Please continue to follow government guidance to keep everyone safe.

Event by ; The British Library Exhibition will be open until August 1st 2021. Find out how we’re welcoming you to the Library safely.

For more information please pop over to The British Library. Or contact the British Library direct on the following phone number Tel: +44 (0)1937 546546

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