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Windows of Injustice

Harvey Nichols

Issue 50 | March 2019

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In 1912, Emmeline Pankhurst led the Suffragettes across the west end smashing shop windows. Eight of them were Harvey Nichol’s. Their actions were part of a wider campaign to win the right to vote for all women. Regrettably, they cared more about the damage they did than the message they made. Over a century later, the idea was to collaborate with the Mayor’s initiative #BehindEveryGreatCity to commemorate the centenary of women’s right to vote.

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