WOMEN and SCOTLAND
Updated: Nov 12, 2020
Tell us what's it to you.
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"Community", "nurturing" and ""resilience" are words often associated with Scottish womanhood. Scottish women's long and colourful history as a clearly identifiable group of struggle and strength includes diverse and disparate assemblages of women from the Edinburgh Seven to Elsie Ingles to Victoria Drummond and famous writers such as Val McDermit and Jackie Kaye.
“How bizarre, i think to myself, to be on a train and to actually not want to arrive anywhere? What kind of madness is that?”
― Jackie Kay, Wish I Was Here.”
But as a Scottish woman today, living, creating and breathing in Scotland what is Scotland to you?
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Your Hopes and Fears for Scotland.
One personal object that represents Scotland for you
One sound that represents Scotland for you
One smell that represents Scotland for you
One taste that represents Scotland for you