Join the Greater Toronto Workers' Assembly for a 'coffee house' discussion on:
Abortion Rights: Access and Barriers
Introduced by Rachael Johnstone
Saturday, February 9th
Beit Zatoun612 Markham Street (just south of Bloor, near Bathurst subway station).
Followed by Q and A and discussion.
This is the second of three-part monthly series on anti-capitalism and feminism. Watch for future listings.
More about the speaker:Rachael Johnstone is a feminist scholar and activist, who recently completed her Ph.D. in Political Studies at Queen’s University, with a specialization in Gender and Politics. She is currently an Adjunct Professor of Gender Studies at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Her thesis, titled The Politics of Abortion in Canada After Morgentaler: Women’s Rights as Citizenship Rights, is based on extensive interviews and documentary analysis of abortion rights at the federal and provincial levels, with a focus on New Brunswick, Ontario and Quebec. She originally hails from New Brunswick.
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