Ada Vachell A3 Print
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Ada Vachell (1866 – 1923)
Suffragist, ‘spinster’ and ardent Christian, Vachell was the first to set up a social centre for Bristol’s destitute disabled children in 1905. Its name ‘Guild of the Poor Brave Things’ (later ‘Guild of the Handicapped’) may now jar, but Vachell was visionary in choosing to see disabled people as individuals whose potential was suppressed by poverty and prejudice.
Artist: Carmen Garaghon
No. 11 in a series of 12
Journey to Justice Bristol
Throughout October 2017 the Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft (PRSC) and Journey to Justice Bristol (JToJ) collaborated on a project to visualise Bristol’s history of activism and struggles for social justice.
Part of a variety of exciting and innovative activities for the JToJ event, PRSC worked with JToJ to celebrate and honour key activists in Bristol that have contributed to and inspired the social movement, but have not been recognised for their actions. To raise awareness about these people, we feature their likeness and ideas on fine bone china mugs and prints.
Type: Digital print, unframed
Dimensions: A3 / 420 x 297mm
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