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The History of Protest in Wales in the Twentieth Century Part 2
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The History of Protest in Wales in the Twentieth Century Part 2

Course Code: P24C0001A
L

7 weeks
06/08/2024
This course runs for 7 weeks with lessons for 2 hours a week from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Tuesdays
Free (Learners living/working in Wales) / £91 (Learners from outside of Wales)
Neath Library, Water Street, Neath, SA11 3EP
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7 weeks

This course runs for 7 weeks with lessons for 2 hours a week from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Tuesdays

Non-accredited

Overview

This seven-week course will look at, and analyse, very important events which have happened in the twentieth century. We will look at the sturggle for S4C, the continuing second home problem and Meibion Glyndŵr, the bitter dispute of the 1984-5 Miners' Strike and the women who went from Wales to Greenham Common for peace. Also, we'll discuss the development of devolution and the Yes Cymru contemporary movement, the fight for establishing Welsh schools - and their growth - and more recent protests like 'Black Lives Matter'.

We'll learn about the main events - their causes, characters and consequences - through a variety of resources and there'll be a chance to discuss these turbulent events in our history and what they mean to us today.

Entry Requirements

None
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