Saturday, March 8, 2014

Canada: Silencing of leading Feminist Historian on International Women's Day

The Canadian president of a major international women’s history organization condemns the effort to silence Canada’s leading women’s historian for telling us why it is important to remember International Women’s Day, why women’s rights are human rights that must still be fought for, and, oh yes, why we have the right to criticize our governments for not supporting women’s rights. And, as Franca Iacovetta says, to think that all this took place on the blog of a human rights museum getting ready to open its doors to the public is all the more disappointing.

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