Time Out: 64 Women Pay Tribute to their Icons

" It’s been 100 years since the first women in the UK got the vote. To mark the centenary, 64 women who are changing perceptions in 2018 pay tribute to the heroines who blazed a trail before them"


Publication: Time Out

"On February 6 1918, women in the UK got the vote. It took suffragettes chaining themselves to railings, setting fire to buildings and going on hunger strikes to force that change. And even then, the Representation of the People Act 1918 enfranchised only a small proportion of the female population"
Read the article in full on Time Out here.

Team Credits

Paula Akpan

  • director of Black Girl Fest
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Chidera Eggerue

  • Visual Artist
  • Innclusive

Charlie Craggs

  • Trans Activist and Founder of Nail Transphobia
  • Nail Transphobia

Nicole Krystal Crentsil

Munroe Bergdorf

  • Social Activist & Model
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Zing Tsjeng

  • UK Editor of Broadly & Writer
  • Broadly

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  • Time Out Group

    Time Out Group

    • Publishing

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Paula Akpan
director of Black Girl Fest
Chidera Eggerue
Visual Artist
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CEO at @galdemzine