Reflections from Women’s March on Washington in OttawaPublished Wednesday, March 01, 2017
January 21st, 2017
A picture is worth a thousand words. An audio segment painting a picture of the Women’s March - a million. The short four segments that follow will immerse you into the atmosphere of Ottawa’s crowd on a Saturday afternoon in late January, when women and their allies said a loud “No!” to the misogyny surrounding them. Kim Pate and Elizabeth Pickett speak with us on encouraging each other to stand for the women’s movement under Trump’s administration. Now it’s your turn, delve in and get energized.
Segment 1 - What’s it All About
Segment 2 - Interview with Kim Pate, Senator in Ontario and Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies
Segment 3 - Interview with Elizabeth Pickett, Canadian Feminist Activist
Segment 4 - Closing Remarks
Independent Women for Equality McGill are very grateful to all of the interviewees who were crucial to this audio series.