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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: DEMONSTRATIONS THE DEFIANT FEMINISTS AT QUEEN'S PARK Patricia Burry 24 (middle), stood militantly with her placard. Around her were another 300 feminists - and at least one man - demonstrating in support of an Ontario Human Rights Code that would eliminate discrimination on the basis of sex. The rally was sponsored by the Women's Committee, Local 222, United Auto Workers. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: DEMONSTRATIONS THE DEFIANT FEMINISTS AT QUEEN'S PARK Patricia Burry 24 (middle), stood militantly with her placard. Around her were another 300 feminists - and at least one man - demonstrating in support of an Ontario Human Rights Code that would eliminate discrimination on the basis of sex. The rally was sponsored by the Women's Committee, Local 222, United Auto Workers.April 28, 1970,JOHN McNEILL transparent
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April 28, 1970
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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DEMONSTRATIONS THE DEFIANT FEMINISTS AT QUEEN'S PARK Patricia Burry 24 (middle), stood militantly with her placard. Around her were another 300 feminists - and at least one man - demonstrating in support of an Ontario Human Rights Code that would eliminate discrimination on the basis of sex. The rally was sponsored by the Women's Committee, Local 222, United Auto Workers.
JOHN McNEILL / Globe and Mail
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