Madeleine Parent on Organizing Textile Workers in the 1940s

Take a listen to this ten minute audio clip of Madeleine Parent talking about organizing textile workers in Montreal in the 1940s in the lead-up to the climactic 1946 strike that is the focus of her chapter in the Gender and Sexuality: Canadian History Through the Stories of Activists.

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