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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.

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.

Amazones d’hier, Lesbiennes d’aujourd’hui

The poster advertises film screenings for women only. Poster reads "Video pour [femmes] seulement." Image of an Amazon riding a horse holding a TV screen showing female protesters. 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.

Break Traditional Habits

The poster advertises the eight week long INTO program at Fanshawe College. Poster reads "Discover non-traditional job options." Image in red of two women dressed as construction workers. 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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