Posted by: alison-cullingford | July 29, 2013

Bradford Voices of Peace

Coming very soon, Bradford Voices of Peace, an exhibition and events celebrating the city’s radical heritage and looking at projects happening right now.  Voices is on from 6-14 August at Fabric on Broadway.  The programme brings together activists, academics and organisations, including Yorkshire CND,  Special Collections, the Peace Museum, Peace Studies department, and Commonweal Library.

Here’s a little bit of that heritage, a poster for a 1979 lecture by Adam Curle, first professor of Peace Studies at the University.

Poster for lecture by Adam Curle "Peaceful people, unpeaceful societies" at Bradford University 1979 (ref E63)

Poster for lecture by Adam Curle “Peaceful people, unpeaceful societies” at Bradford University 26 April 1979 (ref E63)

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