New CMHR exhibit explores human rights and sports

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg has just opened a new display  showing how sport can create positive change and break barriers. One of the displays is Kathrine’s old running ‘tutu’ from the 1972 Boston Marathon, the year women were first allowed to officially run. The display is fascinating, take a look and read why a little running dress is so important. Thank you CMHR for recognising the importance of women’s running, and thanks to Kathrine’s Vancouver friend Frank Stebner who recommended her inclusion in the museum display.

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