Linda Silver Dranoff, author of Fairly Equal, Lawyering the Feminist Revolution, was interviewed by Siri Agrell, after giving a talk about the evolution of the Canadian feminist movement, and its future hopes. With Linda and Siri is Tina Agrell, Chair, AWH.
From left to right, Ancilla Ho-Young, Jane McKenna, Bev LeFrancois, Tina Agrell (Chair) and Maureen Weinberger
February 1st marked the beginning of Black History Month, Burlington Caribbean Connection in partnership with the Halton Catholic District School Board and the Halton District School Board hosted a “kick-off ” event at Burlington City Hall to mark the occasion. In addition to the Mayor proclaiming “Black History Month” in Burlington, MP Damoff was in attendance to bring Greetings from Ottawa.
Ancilla Ho-Young, chair, Burlington Caribbean Connection, and past chair, AWH, Pam Damoff, MP Oakville North-Burlington and Marianne Meed Ward, Mayor of Burlington