Whilst working in y Gaer (Brecon Museum) recently, one of my colleagues encountered this startling exhibit of early hate mail. As the UK Government seeks to introduce the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill to limit disruptive protest, I found it an interesting moment of reflection on how the suffragettes were viewed by society, let alone how they were punished by the authorities for their actions. Radical change will always disrupt something and it won’t be comfortable.
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