Opinion

Hear our womanly roar

Hear our womanly roar
By Jo Miller | February 24, 2017

Angered by the male-dominated agenda of a Northern Powerhouse conference, Jo Miller started a rival People's Powerhouse event in the drive for equality and fairness.

 
 

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