Le fonds RIFAS documente les activités de l’association de 1985 à 1992. Il contient également des ressources documentaires sur les thématiques de l’abus sexuel, de l’inceste, du viol et de la violence envers les femmes.
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 fonds consists of mostly textual and graphic records relating to Bold Print book store. The documents include administrative records of the book store, collaborations with authors, feminist book catalogues, photographs of author readings, T-shirts, and publicity material for other special events. This fonds provides insight into the daily activities of a feminist book store in Winnipeg, Manitoba in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
This collection consists of documents related to the membership and resource material held at York University's Nellie Langford Rowell Library. This collection includes documents collected by the Library staff on women's organizations, publication houses, individuals and subjects detailing activities, meetings and events. It contains correspondence, membership cards, meetings' minutes, agendas, reports, booklets, leaflets, flyers, donations and subscription forms, black and white and colour photographs, posters, buttons, the videotape Don't give us military solutions! by Voice of Women, the tape Feminism as a political movement by Juliet Mitchell, magazines, articles, newspaper clippings and notes.
These records are textual documents which cover the activities of the organization from its foundation in 1970 to 1991. They consist of administrative records, correspondence, planning documents for outreach and projects as well as rich information on other women’s groups during its period of operation. These records offer significant information about the grassroots feminist movement in Canada, particularly in Ottawa, in the 1980s. They also offer insight into the methods of organization, aims, activities and problems shared by many women's centres across the country.
This fonds contains documents related to Myrna Wood's activities within women unions in Ontario, especially in Hamilton. It documents her interest in subjects like occupation health and security, women's issues at work, and abortion rights and consists of records relating to her activities in Toronto, Montreal and New York. It includes the essay she co-wrote "Sisters, Brothers, Lovers... listen" for the final conference of SUPA (Student Union for Peace Action) in 1967. It also contains the essay "Bread and Roses" written with Kathy McAfee calling for a movement to organize working-class women. This fonds highlights Myrna Wood's participation in peace movement meetings with the Vietnamese National Liberation Front in Cuba and gives insight into her involvement in the women liberation movement at the end of the 1960s and beginning of the 1970s.
The fonds consists of documents related to the friendship between Emma Joy Crone and the writer and feminist Gert Beadle, whom Crone considered as a mentor. It contains poetry and draft texts by Gert Beadle, personal correspondence, and photographs.
This fonds consists of records related to Dawna Gallagher's cartoons presented in exhibitions, or published on postcards, in books, booklets, and periodicals in the 80s. This fonds provides a picture of a period of Dawna Gallagher's career as cartoonist. A lot of cartoons are related to the women's issues, illustrating women's movement positions in the 80s, mostly in Halifax and Toronto.
This fonds is comprised of mostly textual records related to Women Working with Immigrant Women (WWIW) organization. They include administrative records such as meeting minutes, correspondence, financial records, and reports as well as objects such as banners and buttons. The records reflect WWIW's organizing and financial strategies, as well as its projects and events.
This fonds is composed mainly of textual records; the administrative records of the collective and the proofs and submissions for each magazine issue. It also contains documents relating to the Healthsharing Book, including funding application, correspondence with authors and proofs. The records are arranged according to eight series; Minutes, Administration, Financial Records, Promotion and Distribution, Editorial Development, Healthsharing Book, and Correspondence.