Sylvia Pankhurst tried for sedition

Right up til January 2010, sedition was a crime – in fact, had we put out the Sedition Edition before then, there’s a chance we might have been banged up for seditious incitement.

Sylvia Pankhurst was actually tried for sedition in 1920, and given a 6 month sentence – one of the many handed out to Sylvia and her suffragette sisters. So our own suffragette-inspired sisters at Climate Rush came up with this beautiful and inspiring inforgraph, to celebrate the bravery of the movement who lived by the motto ‘deeds not words’ – and won…

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