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Women’s Dance with Live Music from Mama Quilla II

The poster advertises a dance with live music from Mama Quilla II for women in Ottawa. Poster reads "All proceeds go to Women's Centre (Ottawa)." The poster was originally in the Women's Information Center collection in Toronto. This collection comes from several donations made in the second half of the 1980s, by women involved in several Canadian organizations surrounding the feminist movement since the early 1970s.

Spirit of Turtle Island

The poster advertises a festival celebrating the strength and power of indigenous women through music, theatre, story and dance in Toronto. Poster reads "Co-produced by: Dakota - Ojibwa Productions and Womynly Way Productions. Performances by Alanis Obomsawin, Maria Campbell, Jane Peloquin, The Seacows, Peggy Johnston, and Thunderbird Sisters." Painting of a woman sitting crossed legged with palms raised to the sky with wind blowing her done in shades of purple. The poster was originally in the Women's Information Center collection in Toronto. This collection comes from several donations made in the second half of the 1980s, by women involved in several Canadian organizations surrounding the feminist movement since the early 1970s.

Survival Law for Women

The poster advertises a series of workshops on survival law for women presented by Women's Centre of Hamilton-Wentworth and Dundurn Community Legal Services. Drawing in black of six women embracing with plain white background. Poster reads "A series of four workshops providing basic legal information and resource materials related to topics of interest to women." The poster was originally in the Women's Information Center collection in Toronto. This collection comes from several donations made in the second half of the 1980s, by women involved in several Canadian organizations surrounding the feminist movement since the early 1970s.

Come out! Full human rights for lesbians and gay men! Child custody for lesbian mothers, child custody for gay parents...

The poster advertises activities such as a rally, march and benefit concert in Winnipeg surrounding rights for lesbian and gay people. A line of figures in black along the top of the poster raising their arms in celebration. Poster Reads "Full human rights for lesbians and gay men! Child custody for lesbian mothers, child custody for gay parents! On April 30, Renaissance International is bringing to Winnipeg Anita Bryant who campaigns against equal rights for women, lesbians and gay men, and religious minorities." The poster was originally in the Women's Information Center collection in Toronto. This collection comes from several donations made in the second half of the 1980s, by women involved in several Canadian organizations surrounding the feminist movement since the early 1970s.

International Women’s Day 1989

The poster advertises activities relating to women, poverty and social equality in Toronto. On bottom right says "Our Times" possibly name of printers. Poster reads "Sponsored by Sister Vision Press." Poster depicts women from around the world, and a justice figure holding a balance. Poster reads "Women against poverty fighting for social equality." The poster was originally in the Women's Information Center collection in Toronto. This collection comes from several donations made in the second half of the 1980s, by women involved in several Canadian organizations surrounding the feminist movement since the early 1970s.

International Women’s Day

This poster was produced to publicize the activities that took place on the occasion of International Women's Day 1986 in Toronto organized by March 8th Coalition. The theme selected for that year was Women say No! To Racism. Poster reads " Poster design by: Sunday Harrison from A.N.C. (African National Congress). Logo, typesetting and assembly by: Mars Media Communications Inc. Printed by: Union Labour at Our Times." Layered profile view of three female heads with yellow and green background. The poster was originally in the Women's History Information Center collection in Toronto where it was classified in the file "March 8th Coalition - March 1986 - Planning (1 of 2)" (Identifier: 10-001-S1-F1659). This collection comes from several donations made in the second half of the 1980s, by women involved in several Canadian organizations surrounding the feminist movement since the early 1970s.

International Women’s Day

The poster advertises activities organized for International Women's Day in Toronto around the topics of racism and sexism. Co-sponsored by Lesbians of Colour and the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre. Poster reads" Choice, native self-determination, housing, employment equity, affirmative action". A group of figures standing within a female gender symbol with a blue background and pink horizontal lines. The poster was originally in the Women's Information Center collection in Toronto. This collection comes from several donations made in the second half of the 1980s, by women involved in several Canadian organizations surrounding the feminist movement since the early 1970s.
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