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"Why not" - Our Rights !

Green poster with black text and black picture of women protesters. The poster gives information on a march even on May 10th at Toronto. The aim of the march is to protest for equal pay for work of equal value, universal access to quality childcare, equal rights in marriage & property law, safe effective birth control for all, remove abortion from the Criminal Code, free Dr. Henry Morgentaler.

Reflections of our labor / Reflet de notre travail

* Reproduction of the Paraskeva Clark oil named Parachute Riggers. At the bottom, there is the inscription: Collection: Canadian War Museum, National Museum of Man, Nationals Museums, Canada […] Canadian Labor Congress, Labor Education and Studies Centre
* 2841 promenade Riverside Drive, Ottawa

Women's Week February 27 to March 5

This poster features purple text and the picture of a woman balancing a sun, with the text, "Strength, Grace, Peace, Health, Freedom;" it also outlines the schedule for a speaker series.

Living with Technology in the 80's

The poster is blue with bright orange text and shows computer digitized images at centre and along the top border, along with the visitors' program calendar.

International Women's Week March 1-8 mars, 1987

This is a pink poster with black border and multi-lingual text for "Women" in the background. Centre shows a collage of photographs of women marching with placards for International Women's Day and bottom text gives dates and locations of rally in Ottawa.

We are persons at last!

The poster features cameo photographs of the five women involved in the 1929 Persons Case that legally acknowledged women as persons.
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