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Devon Rape Crisis Service is very pleased to be supporting Dreadnought South West.

We all owe a debt to the Suffrage movement, without which our services would surely not be here. The movement in the early twentieth century opened up the space for second wave feminism in the 1970's and it was through this second wave that women started to talk about common experiences and organise to address them.

Rape Crisis centres were born of this rich understanding of the oppression of sexual violence. So, of course we want to join with Dreadnought South West in recognising the first steps towards emancipation and empowerment.

The journey this year follows the original journey of a group of women walking from Land's End to London in 1913 and this time it is accompanied by a brand new play to commemorate the centenary.

You can see the play, 'Oxygen' in 23 venues along the route and we encourage you to go along and be part of this very special project.

Dates and contact details are on the flyer which you can view by clicking the link below.

Dreadnought South West - Oxygen


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