Annual Lecture 2021
Kath Duncan was a teacher and an activist turned into a leader. She was one of the first women to stand as a Parliamentary candidate. She was jailed twice for making political speeches and is responsible for the first House of Commons Civil Rights debate and the establishment of The National Council Civil Liberties, which is known as Liberty today.
Ray Barron Woolford tells the story of "The Last Queen of Scotland" at 11am on the morning of 7th November in the lecture theatre of the National Maritime Museum.
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