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Fonds/collection: VITA, Kati
General accesss conditions for collection
Consultation: open

Reproduction:

with written permission of copyright owner : with permission of Claire Marson
Restrictions on individual titles within this Collection may differ from the General Access Conditions
 
Accession number: 2002-0094
Item number (ISN): 337227
Media: Audio
Title: Morgentaler, Henry - Interview
Part: 1 of 1
Production date: 1966-01-15

Country of production:

cn
Production credit: interviewer, Kati Vita
Description: English

Edited interview of Montreal physician Dr. Henry Morgentaler, age 42, about his belief that the school system in Quebec should not be divided along religious lines. He says that he is leading a fight to create a system of "neutral" schools because having Catholic and Protestant schools can contribute to prejudice and discrimination. He says that religious-based school systems ghettoize people. Kati Vita asks him if his being a member of an oppressed minority as a Jew and having survived incarceration in a concentration camp in World War Two has affected how he feels about speaking out. <12mn 20s>

Notes:

1. Tape label indicates that this was submitted to the radio program TRANS-CANADA MATINÉE.

Consultation copy:

A1 2005-06-0068

Physical description
Source: DSINTRNL - 337227

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