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Interview with Mona Greenbaum on the Lesbian Mother's Association Civil Union bill in Quebec

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Title

Interview with Mona Greenbaum on the Lesbian Mother's Association Civil Union bill in Quebec

Subject

Civil rights, Family

Description

This video is an excerpt from an interview with Mona Greenbaum (2004-08-02) as she discusses her own personal experience in starting a family in Quebec, from not being able to access a fertility clinic, leading into the Lesbian Mother's Association Civil Union bill in Quebec, and ending with all families being fully recognized by the Quebec government.

Creator

Nancy Nicol

Source

Clip is original footage for documentary series, From Criminity to Equality, including Stand Together (2002), The Queer Nineties (2009), Politics of the Heart (2005) and The End of Second Class (2006), Produced and Directed by Nancy Nicol. http://www.yorku.ca/nnicol/documentary.html

Date

1990s, 2000s

Rights

Copyright held by Nancy Nicol

Format

.mov

Language

English

Type

Moving image

Identifier

2016-074

Coverage

1990s, 2000s, Quebec

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Citation

Nancy Nicol, “Interview with Mona Greenbaum on the Lesbian Mother's Association Civil Union bill in Quebec,” The ArQuives Digital Exhibitions, accessed September 19, 2019, http://digitalexhibitions.arquives.ca/items/show/675.