This event is part of Storyhouse Women Weekend
Join us for an impactful afternoon with Patsy Stevenson, an award-winning Campaigner, Equal Rights Activist, public speaker, and writer. Patsy, named Harper’s Bazaar Woman of the Year, rose to prominence after her arrest at the Sarah Everard Vigil captured public attention.
In her keynote speech, Patsy will delve into the essence of activism, sharing personal anecdotes and the unexpected journey of her arrest photo going viral. She’ll address the issue of misogyny within the police force and explore community-driven solutions to reclaim our streets for safer walks home. Additionally, Patsy will unveil exciting news about her forthcoming book, set to be published in Spring 2024.
Following the keynote, Patsy will engage in a thought-provoking interview with Chantelle Lunt, a Liverpool-based writer, activist, and lecturer. Don’t miss this chance to hear a powerful narrative and insights from a resilient voice in the pursuit of equal rights and community safety.
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