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Archives et collections spéciales/Archives and Special Collections Canadian Women's Movement Archives (CWMA) collection Victoria, British Columbia
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Victoria Women's Centre

This file consists of documents relating to the beginnings, services and activities of the Victoria Women's Centre and its project to design an information kit on their programs. It contains reports, correspondence, memorandums, leaflets, proposal and a blank Women's Centre questionnaire.

Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW) - Toronto, Ontario - Clippings, articles and press releases

This file consists of media documents relating on various subjects, among others, a press conference by the Committee Against the Deportation of Immigrant Women and the Women Against Violence Against Women, the National Day of Protest rally, a demonstration against the film Snuff, the deportation of immigrant women protests against the rock group Battered Wives and a Harry Rosen advertisement. It contains newspaper clippings, articles, press releases, 1982 issue of the Women Against Pornography Newsreport and Family benefits work group newsletter.

Feminist Lesbian Action Group (FLAG) - Reference material (1 of 2)

These files consist of reference material collected and issued by the Feminist Lesbian Action Group (FLAF) concerning subjects such as sexist advertising, interrogation techniques, guidelines for community advocacy and DEC films.

The files contain flyers, essays and guidelines. The files also contain a list of women's groups, a paper, a constitution, a pamphlet, a selected bibliography and chapter 362 of “Societies Act.”

The files include the booklet: “Guide to Sexist Advertising,” and the April / May 1975 issue of the periodical “Interlock.”

Feminist Lesbian Action Group (FLAG) - Correspondence

This file contains correspondence on subjects such as the organization’s activities and the founding of the organization, Concerned Citizens for Choice on Abortion (CCCA).

The file contains correspondence, a flyer promoting a demonstration against the Vancouver Sun, a performance schedule, a statement of purpose, a press release, a copy of the Canadian Bill of Rights and a newspaper clipping.

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