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Remembrance Day

Video with sound filmed by Judith Quinlan on a Super 8 Camera . Video depicts large gatherings and events for Remembrance Day in Toronto in front of [Old City Hall?]. Colour footage of people placing flowers by a sign with the female gender symbol with the words written "For Every Woman Raped in Every War". Black and white footage depicts soldiers in uniform performing a ceremony with the Canadian flag and drums.

International Womens Day Toronto 1979

Video with no sound filmed by Judith Quinlan on a Super 8 Camera depicts a group of protestors holding signs on International Women's Day standing in front of Toronto Old City Hall.

Gay Days

Video with no sound of a celebration titled Gay Days in Queen's Park, Toronto filmed by Judith Quinlan on a Super 8 Camera. The video shows a sunny day in Queen's Park with booths for different organizations like the Lesbian Organization of Toronto (LOOT) and Toronto Area Gays (a peer counseling and information service). Also shown is Lorna Boschman giving a speech on a stage at the beginning and people sitting and walking in the park.

Darlington Hex

Video with no sound filmed by Judith Quinlan on a Super 8 Camera of a small hexing circle organized by Judith for a group of feminist climate activist (possibly the Women Against Nuclear Power group in Toronto) at a large anti-nuclear protest against the Darlington Nuclear Power Plant (today called Darlington Nuclear Generating Station) in Clarington, Ontario. Judith Quinlan writes "We made a hexing circle at the protest to close the Darlington Nuclear Power Plant." Video depicts protesters in a large field during summer and a smaller group playing instruments, waving cylinder tubes, and forming a hexing circle. Judith Quinlan writes “One of the speakers in the week leading up to it was Ursula Franklin. The hex was a small portion of that protest. It was organized by me and a group of feminists who were also climate activists.” Other people seen in the video are Gay Bell, Anne Quigley, Ellen Quigley, Jacqueline Frewin, Pat Smith, and Maureen Sanderson. Gay Bell writes in an article titled “Witches ANT: Anti-nuclear guerilla theatre” on page 7 of the October/November 1979 issue of UPSTREAM that the guerilla theater section of Women Against Nuclear Power called Witches ANT is putting on a play called “Sizzle City: Women’s Nuclear Reactions”. Gay Bell writes “The Witches' ANT came together to do anti-nuclear theater after the June occupation of the Darlington Nuclear Plant site near Toronto.”

Breast Cancer interview Judith Quinlan 2014

Audio interview with Judith Quinlan (interviewee) in 2014 by Dr. Lorna Boschman (Interviewer). The interview covers Judith Quinlan’s experience with breast cancer treatment and care, demographic information, Judith's life as a lesbian and political activist. The interview occurs with Judith at the age of 65 in Honeymoon Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. At the time of the interview, Judith is a retired physiotherapist working part-time while also teaching choir to youth, setting up an arts center, doing theatre and art. The interview is part of the Cancer’s Margins arts and community-based research study. The study examined how LGBT2Q people diagnosed with breast or gynecologic cancer have access to, locate and share cancer knowledge, and their experiences with care, support, and treatment. During the study, Dr. Boschman was the project coordinator and was the post-doctoral fellow to Dr. Mary Bryson at the University of British Columbia who was the Principle Investigator of Cancer’s Margins in BC. Lorna Boschman also co-designed and led the Cancer’s Margins Digital Storytelling Workshop with Mary Bryson.

Sharon McIvor talk at the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies, University of British Columbia, 2010

This video documents a talk given by Sharon McIvor on the McIvor v. Canada case at the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies, University of British Columbia in 2010. Sharon McIvor is a member of the Lower Nicola Indian Band and Nlaka'pamux Nation. Sharon is known for her activism against sex-based discrimination to Indigenous women and children and reform in Canadian legislation. Notably the Bill C-3: 2011 Amendments to the Indian Act which grant 6(2) Indian status to grandchildren of women who regained status in 1985. This amendment to the Indian Act was the government of Canada's response to the McIvor v. Canada case. Sharon's activism for equality for Indigenous women was recognized by Canada’s Governor General in 2011. Sharon is a lawyer and has taught at the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology in Merritt, British Columbia.

Interview with Murwarid Ziayee

This video documents an interview with Murwarid Ziayee, director for Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan, Kabul. The interviewer is assumed to be [Susan Bazilli? director of the International Women’s Rights Project (IWRP), University of Victoria]. The video was made available on IWRP’s website under the section titled 'Afghanistan' (

Interview with Dr. Sima Samar in Kabul, Afghanistan

This video documents an interview with Dr. Sima Samar in July of 2011 in Kabul, Afghanistan. The interviewer is Susan Bazilli, director for the International Women’s Rights Project (IWRP), University of Victoria. Dr. Sima Simar speaks on current issues for women in Afghanistan, policies, politics, and principals of human rights. The video was made available on the website for the International Women's Rights Project under the section titled 'Afghanistan' (

Margaret Tuhumwire annoucing a development project for Entebbe Women's Association (EWA) in Entebbe, Uganda, 2010

This video documents Margaret Tuhumwire, director of Environmental Women in Action for Development (EWAD), announcing development projects to a small formal gathering of people sitting and standing outside in Entebbe, Uganda. One of the projects announced is part of the Entebbe Women's Association (EWA). EWA is a local partner with the International Women's Rights Project (IWRP), University of Victoria. The description on IWRP's website ( reads: "The Entebbe Women Association (EWA) is a non-profit organization based in Entebbe, Uganda, and provide services for children and families in need. EWA takes an interest in community development, seeking to address the impact of HIV/AIDS on children and families, and also working to protect the community-sustaining natural resource of the waters of Lake Victoria." Other women identified in the video are: Doo Aphane(founding national coordinator, Women and Law Southern Africa) at 00:00:22 seconds and Mary Balikungeri (director, Rwanda Women’s Network) at 00:00:46 seconds.
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