Spare Rib magazine issue 110

Description

Racism and police brutality were given a great deal of coverage by Spare Rib in the early 1980s as street violence erupted up and down the country. The magazine shone a light on the hypocrisy endemic within British culture and institutions, giving its unique feminist perspective on events.

Full title:
Spare Rib magazine issue 110
Published:
September 1981
Publisher:  
Spare Rib Collective
Format:
Magazine
Language:
English
Usage terms

Issue 110, pp 16-19, A revolutionary anger by Southall Black Sisters (and other unknown authors)
Usage terms: We have been unable to locate the copyright holder for A revolutionary anger - Southall. Please contact copyright@bl.uk with any information you have regarding this item.

Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
P.523/344

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