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QUAND LES FEMMES N’AVAIENT PAS LE DROIT DE COURIR, Radio Canada, par Olivier Paradis-Lemieux

En avril 1967, c’est sous le pseudonyme de K.V. Switzer qu’une femme participait officiellement pour la première fois au marathon de Boston. Cinquante ans après que Jock Semple eut tenté d’arracher son dossard numéro 261 en pleine course, Kathrine Switzer

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Video clip of CMHR exhibition from CBC

Hi Friends!  My historic running tutu has made big news–take a look at this very fine clip from the CBC national tv news about the exhibition in the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.  Keep pushing for positive change, friends!  Cheers,

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