Courage: An Account of the Lives of Eliza Adelaide Knight and Donald Adolphus Brown

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Geoff Gamble, 2007 - Working class - 166 pages
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Their story might be of interest to others, as [my parents] played a significant role in a struggle which began before their time and continues into our own time. Their 'mixed marriage' meant that they had to fight racism. They also involved themselves in the Womens' Suffrage movement, the Socialist and Communist movements, the Trade Union movement, the Adult Education movement and were campaigners for improved social support systems for the most vulnerable in society.

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