This fonds contains records in various formats; including original organizational records, posters, buttons, t-shirts, flyers, publications, etc., from more than 2,000 Canadian women’s organizations, conferences and individuals. The records date from 1960 up until the mid-1990s and were collected by the Collective of the Canadian Women's Movement Archives.
This series consists of textual documents acquired by the Canadian Women's Movement Archives (CWMA) between 1972 and 1992 from various organizations and associations on issues such as abortion rights, LGBT rights and pay equity. The documents offer an overview of the Canadian women's movement from 1972 to 1992. This series includes meeting minutes, correspondence, flyers, leaflets, posters, notes, course outlines and contracts.
This series consists of published documents on various subjects, among others, feminism, Marxism, Leninism, Communism, the labour movement, women in history and the peace movement. These documents were collected by the Canadian Women's Movement Archives. It contains flyers, leaflets and publications.
This fonds consists of the administrative records of the Canadian Women's Movement Archives (CWMA) from its beginnings in the early 1970s as part of the Women's Information Centre (WIC) until its demise in 1992. It includes meeting minutes, for both CWMA and WIC, and administrative documents on human resources planning and day-to-day log books. It also contains financial documents such as accounting books and bank accounts, as well as correspondence and project/funding proposals. Also included are resources such as newspaper clippings and articles on various subjects, listed alphabetically, which were used as a reference by the members of CWMA.
This fonds consists of mainly textual records with some graphic material. It contains mostly secondary source material such as pamphlets and reports on subjects including women's physical and emotional health, societal problems and support groups, international women's organizations, as well as statistics on working women in Canada.
The Toronto Wages For Housework Committee (WFH) fonds contains mostly textual documents, two posters and one group of photograph negatives. It contains WFH administrative documents as well as flyers, speeches, pamphlets, and correspondence with related organizations such as Wages Due Lesbians, Women Against Rape, Family Benefits Working Group, and Wages For Housework groups in Canada and internationally. Also included are newspaper clippings which illustrate the Wages for Housework campaign during the 1970s.
This fonds is composed mainly of textual records; the administrative records of Mothers Are Women and documents relating to policy issues such as child care, parental leave, and recognition of the value of stay at home mothers. There are also documents relating to each of the mother's support groups and also the group's newsletter, Homebase. There are two audio cassettes featuring interviews with Maureen Kellerman on radio programs.