This month, Oldham Council is looking to celebrate Black History Month with Oldham Libraries, Gallery Oldham and Facebook Live Events.
Having bought and read Olivia Gatwood’s Life of the Party in advance of reviewing her live show and having seen poems in the contents titled Ghost story for masturbating at sleepovers, The boy says he loves Ted Bundy but doesn’t laugh about it and Blowjob elegy, I knew I was in for an evening of powerful poetry.
INTERVIEW: ‘Without you, the story may not be told’: MM chat to Jenny Lu about The Receptionist – an exposé on illegal UK massage parlours
Award-winning Jenny Lu, the producer of her debut film The Receptionist, is an inspirational figure to many, who shows that with enough dedication it is possible to achieve your goals.
Figures obtained by a Freedom of Information request show that the number of men and women earning the higher wages at those councils which responded is more equal than the national picture.
VIDEO: ‘A new generation of suffragettes’ – WASPI women fight pension injustice as centenary of women’s vote approaches
The Women Against State Pension Inequality – better known as WASPI – are still demanding justice, seven years after the government raised their state pension age by up to six years without giving them any or only very little notice.
Women in Comedy Festival founder Hazel O’Keefe is used to taking her gloves off to get attention.
‘Glimpses of hope are so important’: Stockport Bishop hopes to be a role model for all – not just women
After serving over a year as the first female Bishop to be ordained by the Church of England, Bishop of Stockport Libby Lane admits that even now, the levels and variety of interest in her never fail to surprise her.
In light of the Budget’s hit to Personal Independence Payments (PIPs) for disabled people, are welfare cuts and the Northern Powerhouse diminishing Manchester’s inherent community spirit?
Today is International Women’s Day and to celebrate, MM took to the streets of Manchester to find out which women inspire them the most.
The run up to this year’s Academy Awards was shrouded in controversy after, for the second year in a row, there were no nominees from ethnic minorities.
‘Empowering teens against extremism’: Manchester youth worker builds app to prevent kids being radicalised
With the rise of ISIS has come a growing fear of our young people being radicalised like Jihadi Jack but a Manchester businesswoman and equality and diversity campaigner might just have the answer with her new app Prevent.