Stitching Our Stories

Written by Digswell Arts

On December 21, 2021

Digswell Arts Trust Alumni, Connie Flynn has led 25 Norfolk women who have contributed to a touring protest banner that demands an end to violence against women. She has worked with Norfolk Library and Information Service to create the banner, which was officially unveiled at the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library on 25 November, coinciding with White Ribbon Day, the campaign to end male violence against women. The project, called Stitching Our Stories comes after reports of increased domestic abuse and street harassment during the COVID pandemic.

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