Women Making History, our new illustrated book about PROCESSIONS was published this month and housed in the Commons library.

Thank you to Marsha de Cordova MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities, Victoria Atkins MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Safeguarding and feminist activist group and PROCESSIONS project participants, Southall Black Sisters: Suman Bhuchar, Meena Patel, Bindiya Gurung Tamang, Nimo Abdilahi, Houria Nayeri and PROCESSIONS artist Houria Niati for joining us to mark this moment.

EDITORIAL USE ONLY London feminist activists, Southall Black Sisters - Meena Patel (left), Nimo Abdilahi (3rd left), Bindiya Gurung Tamang (3rd right), and Suman Bhachar (right) join artist Houria Niati (2nd right) and Helen Marriage, Director of Artichoke, (2nd left) to celebrate the publication of a new book Women Making History, which is being published by Artichoke this month, at Westminster in London. PA Photo. Picture date: Tuesday September 15, 2020. Photo credit should read: Matt Alexander/PA Wire

In 2018, one hundred artists made banners with community groups from across the UK as part of PROCESSIONS, 14-18 NOW to celebrate a century since the first women won the right to vote in the UK.  

Women Making History is the first opportunity to see each of the 100 banners up close in all their glorious detail and features new essays from inspiring women including Dame Helen Pankhurst, June Sarpong and Saoirse Monica Jackson.

Click here to order your copy of Women Making History.

Victoria Atkins MP (2nd right) and Marsha de Cordova MP (right), Helen Marriage (left) and Meena Patel, Southall Black Sisters (2nd left). Westminster, London. Tuesday September 15, 2020. Photo by Matt Alexander/PA Wire