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Exhibition | The Most Radical Street in Manchester?

20 July - 22 September 2019, The Most Radical Street in Manchester @ People's History Museum. Osborne Street, Collyhurst © Katrina Navickas
20 July - 22 September 2019, The Most Radical Street in Manchester @ People's History Museum. Illustrated London News, 27 August 1842, scene at Granby Row Fields
20 July 22 September 2019, The Most Radical Street in Manchester @ People's History Museum. The Round House, Every Street, Ancoats © Katrina Navickas
20 July - 22 September 2019, The Most Radical Street in Manchester @ People's History Museum. Cropper Street map used with the permission of the National Library Scotland
20 July - 22 September 2019, The Most Radical Street in Manchester @ People's History Museum. Stevenson Square buildings drawn by Blerta Dino of University College London
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The Most Radical Street in Manchester? exhibition opening and talk
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Historian Dr Katrina Navickas will open The Most Radical Street in Manchester? exhibition with a short talk about the history of protest spaces and contested sites in Manchester and Salford from the lead up to Peterloo to the present day.

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Memories of protest spaces
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Inspired by The Most Radical Street in Manchester? exhibition, come and share your memories about spaces of protest and contested sites with historian Dr Katrina Navickas.

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A Family Friendly guided walk visiting some of the less well known sites of protest explored in the exhibition The Most Radical Street in Manchester?

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