Kath Duncan’s ‘Liberty’ to show at Hatcham House during Pride Month

Graham Robson March 3, 2023

Liberty, Kath Duncan‘s untold story of the struggle for civil rights, which tells for the first time how LGBTQ+, working class Black History activists from Lewisham in South East London fearlessly took on the power of the State, the King, and the UK legal system, is to show at Hatcham House, London SE14 5HD during Pride Month on Sunday, June 11.

This film features the role of the working class in securing Union power and solidarity, the hunger marches, the general strike, the role of the UK working class in the Spanish Civil War, the united front in fighting fascism, and the moment the UK black power movement was born and mobilised into the most significant force in UK Black History whilst featuring extraordinary people, especially women who, due to colour of their skin, economic status and events have become extraordinary.

The showing of Liberty also includes a Q&A session.

For tickets, CLICK HERE