Oral history allows people to narrate their own experiences of the past in ways that are invaluable
Month: August 2021
Charlottetown and the Power of Women
Judy Rebick talks about the NAC campaign during the 1992 referendum on the Charlottetown Accord.
Federal Leaders’ Debate on Women’s Issues
Chaviva Hošek talks about the 1984 federal election debate on women’s issues.
Toronto Women’s Bookstore: Becoming Intersectional and Anti-racist
In this interview with Anjula Gogia, she tells the story of her involvement with the Toronto Women’s Bookstore (TWB)
Justice in P4W
In this new interview about Justice for Women in prisons, Joey Twins and Kim Pate speak about the 1994 events that led to an enquiry into the state of women’s corrections led by Louise Arbour.
New! Archival Assistant Positions with Rise Up
We’re hiring two additional full-time archivist assistants for eight week contracts in the late summer/early fall