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A woman today seminar [sound recording]
MSVUA-AV-29 · Unidad documental simple · 1973 Apr. 11
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains the audio of two panels from the A Woman Today Seminar. There are two tracks on this recording. Track A begins with general announcements and welcome. From 00:01:02 to 00:03:15 Brenda Shipton, the chairman of the event introduces the first panel which consists of; Sister Marie Gillan, Jean Hartley [sp?], Dr. Jacques Goulet and Dr. Tony Bruder [sp?]. From 00:04:00 to 00:31:50 the attendees (who have been separated into groups prior to this recording) read notes from their group discussion on how women identify themselves and are identified by others. From 00:32:12 to 00:34:54 Tony Bruder reacted to the panel. Jean Hartley also reacted to the panel from 00:34:56 to 00:40:41 as does Dr. Jacques Goulet from 00:40:52 to 00:54:08. From 00:55:11 to 01:17:52 comments and questions are presented from attendees. There is no audio from 01:20:12 to 01:21:12. At 01:21:12 a new panel begins. The panelists are introduced from 01:21:38 to 01:22:31 which includes; Marilyn Kelly, Shirley Fishman, Sister Agnes Martha, Joan Cooke, Mary Casey, Maragret Kripton, Mrs. Richard Goldbloom, Betty Perks, Caroline Goodfellow, as well as a reactor panel which includes; Maureen Lyle, Sister Geraldine Anthony, Reverend Don Shipton and Father Barry Wheaton. From 01:22:31 to 01:29:52 Marilyn Kelly discusses making choices as a single woman. From 01:30:00 to 01:35:46 Shirley Fishman discusses making choices as a student. From 01:35:54 to 01:44:10 Mary Casey discusses making choices as a working woman. From 01:44:15 to 01:51:24 Sister Agnes Martha discusses making choices as a religious woman. From 01:51:4 to 01:59:35 Margaret Kripton discusses making choices as a working wife and mother. From 02:00:02 to 02:12:01 Betty Perks discusses making choices as a mother at home. From 02:12:22 to 02:30:30 one of the panelists discusses making choices as a divorced woman. From 02:30:48 to 02:41:01 one of the panelists discusses making choices as a volunteer. From 02:41:07 to 02:50:53 one of the panelists discusses making choices as a grandmother and a widow. From 02:58:40 to 03:11:30 Sister Geraldine Anthony, Maureen Lyle, Reverend Don Shipton and Father Barry Wheaton react to the panel. Track B continues with Father Barry Wheaton's reaction to the panel from 00:00:19 to 00:03:20. From 00:04:30 to 00:11:37 attendees presented question and comments to the panelists and panel reactors. From 00:13:24 to 00:15:19 Sister Catherine Wallace, Mount Saint Vincent University President makes a short speech on the panel and the advancement of women. The recording is blank from 00:16:38 to 00:42:44. From 00:42:44 to 01:27:28 is a collection of various songs, beginning with "Oh Canada"

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MSVUA-AV-3 · Unidad documental simple · 1975 Oct. 16
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains a panel discussion on the status of the home maker with a panel of seven women, each giving an introduction about themselves and their type of home making and/or their struggles and successes as home maker i.e. rural, urban, or the difference between public and private life, etc. The panel consists of; Daphne Carver, Rosemary Constanzo [sp], Peggy Neil, Carol Reggan, Lilian Wrisely [sp], Barbara Hoare [sp] and Mary MacKenzie [sp], the recording cuts off after less than a minute of Mary's introduction.

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MSVUA-AV-349 · Unidad documental simple · 1987 Apr. 11
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains a panel on homelessness in Nova Scotia put together by the Canadian Council of Social Development, discussing needs, prospects and priorities. The panel includes; Marianne McLoughlin from the Canadian Council on Social Development, Marilyn Pierce from Children's Aid Society, Jennifer Foster who is the executive director of Hands [sp?], Sister Virginia Turner who is the administrative director for the association of women's residential facilities in Halifax.

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MSVUA-AV-350 · Unidad documental simple · 1987 Apr. 11
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains a panel on homelessness in Nova Scotia put together by the Canadian Council of Social Development, discussing needs, prospects and priorities. The panel includes; Marianne McLoughlin from the Canadian Council on Social Development, Marilyn Pierce from Children's Aid Society, Jennifer Foster who is the executive director of Hands [sp?], Sister Virginia Turner who is the administrative director for the association of women's residential facilities in Halifax.

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MSVUA-AV-351 · Unidad documental simple · 1987 Apr. 11
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains a panel on homelessness in Nova Scotia put together by the Canadian Council of Social Development, discussing needs, prospects and priorities. The panel includes; Marianne McLoughlin from the Canadian Council on Social Development, Marilyn Pierce from Children's Aid Society, Jennifer Foster who is the executive director of Hands [sp?], Sister Virginia Turner who is the administrative director for the association of women's residential facilities in Halifax.

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MSVUA-AV-352 · Unidad documental simple · 1987
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains clips of an event in the 1987 homecoming celebrating the graduating class of 1962. In this recording you can see various Sisters of Charity and other women speaking to one another and what appears to be registering for the event. There is additionally a welcome from a Sister of Charity.

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MSVUA-AV-353 · Unidad documental simple · 1987
Parte de Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection

This recording contains clips of an event in the 1987 homecoming celebrating the graduating class of 1962. In this recording you can see various Sisters of Charity and other women speaking to one another and what appears to be registering for the event as well as singing together and posing for photographs.

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