Original final metadata spreadsheet created during the gathering of interviews conducted in the Second Wave Archival Project (now Second Wave Feminism Oral History Collection) dated May 2011. One interview metadataa entry for Jane Oxenbury is missing.
Transcript for interview with Monique Bégin, former Executive Secretary of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, in Ottawa, June 21, 1995. Interview by Barbara M. Freeman. Monique Bégin was an academic, former politician and the first woman in Québec to be elected to the House of Commons in 1972. She also worked on passing the 1984 Canada Health Act.
Transcript for interview with Angela Burke Kerrigan, Public Relations Officer for the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, in Knowlton, Eastern Townships, QC, August 27, 1995. Interview by Barbara M. Freeman
Transcript for interview with Doris Ogilvie, November 26, 1995, by phone. Interviewed by Barbara M. Freeman. Doris Ogilvie was a judge and activist who advocated for the rights of women and children, Deputy Judge of the Juvenile Court, Deputy Judge of the Provincial Court in New Brunswick, and chair of the Canadian Commission of the International Year of the Child in 1979.