September Teatime Talk: “You’ve Your Woman Beside You:” Motherhood and Health in the Inner CityNewsTeatime Talks
Published 23 August 2023
When: Wednesday, September 13
Where: In person at 14 Henrietta Street
Cost: €5 / €3 concession
14 Henrietta Street presents Teatime Talks, a series of talks hosted by social historian Donal Fallon, inspired by the history and people of 14 Henrietta Street.
Dr. Jean Clarke worked as a public health nurse in the south inner-city in the early 1980s. She witnessed and shared in the everyday lives of the individuals and families who lived there. Later, she carried out a research project in the area, where she interviewed mothers about the needs and resources of their community.
“My stories today are theirs and mine both; they are more than a description of a set of circumstances, of expected and unexpected events of the everyday. They are word pictures of a coiled spring of solidarity, sentimentality, anger, pity and hope. They are a tale of experiences that deserve narration, a tale of ‘living around here’, ‘living in an area with crime’ and ‘living with your woman beside you.’” - Dr Jean Clarke
This talk will take place in person on the 1st floor of the Museum and can be accessed via lift.
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