Toronto Indochinese Women’s Conference 1971

In April 1971. women from Canada and the United States met with Indochinese women to strategically collaborate on how to persuade the US Government to end the Vietnam War. Three of the organizers of the conference, Maureen Hynes, Carolyn Egan and Nancy Reynolds spoke to Rise Up about the events leading up to the conference and the conduct of the conference itself.

"The system that we were all living under bred racism and sexism and homophobia and all of that, and it had to be changed dramatically because imperialism was a part of it." - Carolyn Egan

“The system that we were all living under bred racism and sexism and homophobia… and it had to be changed dramatically because imperialism was a part of it. – Carolyn Egan

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