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BPPC70 · Unidad documental simple · [1993?]
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for International Women’s Day, features a drawing of a dreamcatcher in a field signed by Camiré. There are four drawings within the dreamcatcher: one with multiple women participating in a reading group, one with a woman in a wheelchair seated at a computer, one with a woman and her baby, and one with multiple women at a protest. Printed by the Graphic Communications International Union.

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Everyone touched by violence suffers
BPPC84 · Unidad documental simple
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster by Canadian Auto Workers Union (CAW/TCA) against domestic violence. Poster features a black and white image of a woman and a young child standing in a doorway with text on the side. Printed by the Allied Printing Trades Council in Brampton, Ontario.

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Femmes : images, modèles
BPPC92 · Unidad documental simple · 1984
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for a conference from November 9-11, 1984 held by the Institut canadien de recherches pour l’avancement de la femme/Canadian Research Institute on the Advancement of Women, with discussions on women as images and role models at Université de Québec a Montréal (UQAM). Poster design by Carole Breton, features a graphic of a woman against a pink collage background of other women.

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BPPC118 · Unidad documental simple · [1989?]
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for National Film Board and Studio D film ‘Goddess Remembered.’ Text overlaid on painting by Barbara Klunder featuring the silhouette of a woman with arms outstretched standing on the earth looking up toward the sun. Includes more biographical information about the film on verso.

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International Women's Week
BPPC145 · Unidad documental simple · 1986
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for International Woman’s Week in Halifax. Features text describing the history of International Women’s Day and the activities planned for the week underneath Jan Skeldon’s photograph of women and children at a protest. Poster design by International Women’s Week organizers.

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