Name/TitleT-Shirt - Together for the Final Say (Proud Europeans)
About this objectA t-shirt from a member of the Proud Europeans for the People’s Vote March on 19th October 2019. People’s Vote was a United Kingdom campaign group which campaigned for a second referendum following the UK’s Brexit vote to leave the European Union (EU) in 2016.
The shirt is covered in stickers (9 in total):
x1 Yellow rectangle 'Bollocks to Brexit' #GlasgowLovesEU
x2 White circular People's March 2910 Let us be heard
x1 Yallor rectangle Brexit is Bonkers #WeAreEUrope
x2 Orange circular Stop Brexit
x1 Blue Circular Proud Europeans sticker with EU insignia and rainbows
x1 Yellow rectangular Brexit is a Crime Scene badge
x1 Yellow circular Put it to the People March
Medium and Materialscotton, self-adhesive paper
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBT
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBT+
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBTQ
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBTQ+
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBTQIA
Subject and Association Keywordsprotest
Subject and Association Keywordsevent
Subject and Association Keywordspolitical
Subject and Association Keywordsgroup
Subject and Association DescriptionPeople's Vote was launched at an event in London on 15 April 2018, at The Electric Ballroom in Camden. People's Vote was a United Kingdom campaign group that unsuccessfully campaigned for a second referendum following the UK's Brexit vote to leave the European Union (EU) in 2016. The group was launched in April 2018 at which four Members of Parliament spoke, along with the actor Patrick Stewart and other public figures.
Named CollectionNorfolk Heritage Centre: Norfolk LGBTQ+ Collection
Credit Line"The Norfolk Heritage Centre’s collection of printed ephemera (some 67,000 individual items) offers a unique insight into the changing nature of everyday life in the east of England. These types of primary, uninterpreted documents were produced only for short-term use (they were never intended to be kept). The Norfolk LGBTQ+ Collection is comprised of ephemera (leaflets, posters, flyers), maps, magazines, books, badges, photographs, zines, amongst many other items telling local LGBTQ+ stories. The collection has been donated by local LGBTQ+ groups and individuals, including Norwich Pride and the Norfolk LGBT+ Project.
Object Record: Proud Europeans"
Object numberQNFK 2023.116
Copyright LicenceAll rights reserved
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