Archive for May, 2020
This year to mark International Conscientious Objector Day, our admin and education assistant Rosie has written the following blog sharing the stories of pacifists William and Arthur Raistrick, both from Bradford. Conscientious Objector (CO) Day, 15TH of May, is an important time within the peace movement. The day was first established in 1985 […]
Today we were meant to be relaunching our Peace OUT exhibition with some new activities for families at Bradford Pride. Instead, to coincide with Bradford Virtual Pride, we have put together some resources for families. Click to download our Pride and Peacemaking Activity Sheet ‘make your own rainbow flag’ and a placard making activity from things you might […]
Object of the Moment Blog: ‘The Menace of Chemical Warfare to Civilian Populations’ Pamphlet by Arthur J. Gillian.
On the 7th May, to coincide with VE Day, The Peace Museum was supposed to open a new exhibition funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Bombs…Away! will explore the impact of civilian bombing against civilians during World War Two and how the peace movement responded to it. Whilst we have had to postpone the […]