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Coal Not Dole: The Miners' Strike – in pictures

WAPC, (Women Against Pit Closures), activist Marsha Marshall supports picketing miners with a donation of cigarettes, South Yorkshire, December 1984.

Sarah and Angeline Grimke were born in Charleston to a slaveholding family. Unable to stomach living in the slaveholding South the sisters moved North where they became ardent abolitionists and also crusaded for women's rights.

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Coal Not Dole: The Miners' Strike – in pictures

Police try to stop miners picketingminers picketing Cortonwood Colliery South Yorkshire, 1985. Over 9000 miners were injured here during the...

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Coal Not Dole: The Miners' Strike – in pictures

A miner watches an interview with NUM President Arthur Scargill in Wombwell, South Yorkshire, 1984.

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Coal Not Dole: The Miners' Strike – in pictures

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Coal Not Dole: The Miners' Strike – in pictures

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28 Powerful Pictures Of Women Fighting For Their Right To Vote

Suffragettes giving no fucks. 28 Powerful Pictures Of Women Fighting For Their Right To Vote