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Due to unforeseen circumstances, Davina McCall will no longer be chairing this event. Scarlett Curtis will now chair.

From Hollywood actresses to teenage activists, Feminists Don’t Wear Pink brings together women from a variety of backgrounds in an uplifting exploration of what it means to be a woman today. The book’s curator, Style columnist and Pink Protest founder Scarlett Curtis, and two of its contributors, Somali social activist and Co-founder of Daughters of Eve Nimco Ali, trans activist, Nail Transphobia founder and author Charlie Craggs activist, writer and The Pants Project founder Tasha Bishop discuss the collection and to consider what the F word means to them.

Feminists Don’t Wear Pink Camper Van

Friday 12 – Sunday 14 October 10am – 9pm every day, Montpellier Gardens

Drop in to the Festival site on Montpellier Gardens to visit the Feminists Don’t Wear Pink Camper Van. Talk feminism and books, hang out with the Feminists Don’t Wear Pink team and pick up free sweets and drinks.

Feminists Don’t Wear Pink will be collecting books for the Girl Up Book Drive, an incredible UN Foundation initiative that is inspiring thousands of girls worldwide to become gender equality advocates and activists. Bring along your favourite books to donate and help Girl Up achieve their mission to create change for girls everywhere through books and reading.

Thanks to the Girl Up project, books will be donated to Cheltenham Festivals’ Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils Education programme. For more information visit: https://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/education/take-part/reading-teachers-reading-pupils

Venue

The Sunday Times Garden Theatre

The Sunday Times Garden Theatre is situated in Montpellier Gardens, the main site of The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival in the heart of Cheltenham, GL50 1UW.

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