Researching Alternative Visions

As feminist activists and scholars, we understand the importance of the National Action Committee on the Status of Women (NAC). NAC was founded in 1971 as an umbrella group of feminists from across Canada to lobby various levels of government for reforms for women. And many prominent liberal and socialist feminists were highly influential in shaping its politics. But we know much less about the activism of Indigenous, racialized, immigrant, and low-income women