No Way! Not Me

No Way! Not Me

| 29 min
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In this short documentary, social activist and educator Rosemary Brown speaks to the high school students about the incidence of poverty among women. The film outlines the role of women in the work force and in society, as well as the causes of and possible solutions to the 'feminization of poverty.'

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Credits
  • director
    Ariadna Ochrymovych
  • producer
    Silva Basmajian
  • executive producer
    John Spotton
  • cinematography
    Joan Hutton
  • sound
    Bryan Day
    Ross Redfern
    Aerlyn Weissman
  • editing
    Roushell Goldstein
  • sound editing
    Chris Pinder
  • re-recording
    Terry Cooke
  • music
    Patricia Cullen

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  • sixam

    With all due respect to Ms. Brown who was a minister in the B.C. NDP government from 1972-75, she should also complain about poverty in communist countries. If you believe everything she says you might think there has been no advancement in the economic participation of Canadian women. So many "feminists", like Ms. Brown, tend to be socialist in their ideological disposition; therefore I am always skeptical of their disquisitions on social and economic problems and proposed solutions. Finally, I'm always amused to see "poor" people smoking in these old documentaries; you would think single mothers would be more austere in their budgeting.

    sixam, 29 Jan 2017