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Fan Club x Journey To Justice x Decolonise Fest

  • Nottingham Writers' Studio 25 Hockley Lane Nottingham, NG1 1FH United Kingdom (map)

Fan Club x Journey To Justice | Saturday 22 July | 2pm - 10pm

- Decolonise Fest - JUNK. / Shabsi Mann / Sam Amant!
- Zine Workshop with Dizzy Ink
- Bright Ideas Nottingham Workshops - social justice & activism and self-care
- Nottingham Women's Centre
- Bloody Equality & The Monthly Gift 

Fan Club x Journey to Justice is a free, all ages, collaborative event exploring activism, social justice and women's issues in Nottingham and beyond. 

The day will feature live music, Fan Club DJS, talks, workshops, zine-making and more - keep an eye on this page and click attending to be notified as we announce the full schedule for the day.

Sign up to attend on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/236745113480346/

Fan Club is a female-led collective who put on not-for-profit events in Nottingham, focusing on promoting female-identifying and non-binary artists, designers, musicians and creatives. 

Journey to Justice aims to reawaken public awareness of the long history in the UK and globally of individuals and movements who take a stand for freedom, equality and human rights; educate through creative arts and multimedia programmes which excite debate; and equip people to take practical action for social justice, encompassing an intergenerational approach. You can find out more about Journey to Justice here - http://journeytojustice.org.uk/about/ 

This event is taking place at Nottingham Writers Studio. NWS is wheelchair accessible with a ramp to the lower floor. If you have any questions or concerns, send us a message and we'll be happy to help! 

**FREE ENTRY** (but sanitary donations encouraged for The Monthly Gift and Bloody Equality) // **ALL AGES**

Bright Ideas Nottingham
- Workshop: 
Social Justice in Nottinghamshire
& The Struggle with the Struggle: Activism and Self-care

Bright Ideas Nottingham is a vibrant community based business that is about working with local people to effect change and improvement in their communities. Bright Ideas believe that the community voice should be heard and that it is the people from the community that can inspire and direct the most necessary and positive changes in the places where they live. Bright Ideas Nottingham seek to improve the quality and access to services for local people through cultural brokerage and community engagement and involvement.