This Is What a Feminist Sounds Like: Activists Reflect On Early Days of Feminist Theater | Link TV
This Is What a Feminist Sounds Like: Activists Reflect On Early Days of Feminist Theater
Watch more "This Is What a Feminist Sounds Like" here:
- Part 1 - Slurred Speech Doesn't Stop Me
- Part 2 - Feminism in Windsor
- Part 3 - My Phase As a Nun
- Part 4 - Activists Reflect On Early Days of Feminist Theater
- Part 5 - Women In Black Have Met to Protest War Since 1988
- Part 6 - A True Mentor Never Quits
- Part 7 - The Shocking Death of Lori Dupont
In part 4 of "This Is What A Feminist Sounds Like," a film premiering on Link TV's Women in Focus, activist Pat Noonan and others look back on their time at Windsor Feminist Theater. Noonan and other participants of the Canadian avant garde theater group led by reflect on their achievements in the community.
Courtesy of filmmaker Kim Nelson and co-director Audra Macintyre.
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