Social Revolution 1970: The Legacy of Alf Morris and Disability Activism


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London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

LSE Library 10 Portugal Street
London
WC2A 2HD
England

This exhibition tells the story of the passing of the Act largely through extracts from the papers of Alf Morris MP, who plotted its journey through Parliamentary processes and onto the statute book. Morris became the World’s first Minister for the Disabled in 1974 and LSE Library is the custodian of his papers. The exhibition also considers the role of activists, such as the Disability Income Group. Online exhibition.

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  • Thursday 26th November 2020 - Sunday 31st January 2021

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