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A look at the Famous Five and the Persons Case. A monumental event in the struggle for equal rights for women. The story of five women from Alberta and how they changed the world.

A look at the Famous Five and the Persons Case. A monumental event in the struggle for equal rights for women. The story of five women from Alberta and how they changed the world.

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  • JOANNE FISHER & JAMES TAYLOR Present
  • The Triumph ofCanada’s Women The Famous Five and the Persons Case
  • We live together in a nationwhere all women and menARE EQUAL UNDER THE LAW
  • 1928 Leaders Workers Entrepreneurs Journalists ActivistsDecision Makers
  • BUTThey could not be appointed to the Senate BECAUSE According to the Canadian Constitution women were not “persons”
  • NOT APERSON
  • EmilyMurphy
  • Nellie McClung LouiseMcKinney
  • Henrietta IreneMuir Edwards Parlby
  • The Famous Five
  • our Constitution is:• a living tree,capable of growth andexpansion• dynamic and open tochange• not narrowly bound bythe intentions of theoriginal framers
  • THE RULINGThe word“persons”did indeedinclude women.
  • Across the Empire
  • The Ripple EffectChanged the way we thinkHow minorities are treatedHow we think of immigrants Open-minded & inclusive
  • THE VALUES THAT CHARACTERIZE CANADA• Faith in government• Collective commitment to social programs
  • Parliament Hill
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  • BibliographyCanadian Democracy (6th Edition)Stephen BrooksNellie McClungCharlotte Gray(with introduction by John Ralston Saul)