A tribute to the late Pat Schulz, a feisty working-class heroine. Known since the '50s for her battles for human rights and her fight for workers' rights in the labour movement, Schulz became one of Toronto's most respected feminists. She led the struggle for day care, equal pay, and other issues central to the women's movement. By focusing on her life, this documentary gives a historical view of the women's movement: its roots, the early issues, current concerns, and emerging directions.
Âge 16 à 18 ans
Diversité - Identité
Économie domestique/Étude de la famille - Féminisme
Économie domestique/Étude de la famille - Relations
Éducation civique/À la citoyenneté - Droits humains