This fragment from an uncompleted novel by Helen Lowe draws on her experiences as a young political activist in nineteen-sixties and seventies London, opening with an account of the anti Vietnam War demonstration in Grosvenor Square in 1968.
2014. This short piece draws on Helen Lowe’s own words to give a background to her involvement with the feminist organisation Women Against Fundamentalism. Chapter in Women Against Fundamentalism: stories of dissent and solidarity, eds. Sukhwant Dhaliwal and Nira Yuval-Davis.
tribute by Pragna Patel of Southall Black Sisters and Women Against Fundamentalism.
Clara Connolly remembers Helen’s participation in Women Against Fundamentalism.
This page includes Helen’s obituary and links to some of her writing and photography, as well as tributes from friends and colleagues. If you have memories or photographs of Helen to contribute, please send them to me – judy[at]judygreenway[dot]org[dot]uk – I’d love to hear from you. Memories of Helen Links to some of Helen’s work Helen … Continue reading Helen Lowe
2011. Helen Lowe 1944-2011.