feminist anthems

#IWD2019 | The Feminist Playlist

90 minutes of the best feminist anthems of the last fifty years, lovingly compiled by the Wales Arts Review team as a soundtrack to International Women’s Day.

Feminist Anthems for International Women’s Day:


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