Chaque Mineur Avait Une Mère: Sudbury 1883-1983

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This is the French version of the button created by Sudbury Women’s Centre for Sudbury’s centennial celebration in 1983. It was part of their response to the official logo which featured two miners to honour the role of working men in building the community, and was aimed at highlighting the significant, but largely unpaid and invisible roles played by women. The Sudbury Women’s Centre group claimed Mother’s Day for an event that would feature women’s contributions to Sudbury’s social history. The project, which included a large collection of photos and interviews, attracted a lot of interest. More than 450 people attended the Miners Mother’s Day Tea itself.

This is the French version of the button created by Sudbury Women’s Centre for Sudbury’s centennial celebration in 1983. It was part of their response to the official logo, which featured two miners to honour the role of working men in building the community, and was aimed at highlighting the significant but largely unpaid and invisible roles played by women. The Sudbury Women’s Centre group claimed Mother’s Day for an event that would feature women’s contributions to Sudbury’s social history. The project, which included a large collection of photos and interviews, attracted a lot of interest. More than 450 people attended the Miners Mother’s Day Tea itself.

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