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Queer mobilizations : social movement activism and Canadian public policy

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  • Contributor: Scholars Portal; Tremblay, Manon

    Ever since certain homosexual acts were decriminalized in 1969, queer activists have fought for – and won – a series of public policy battles in governments across Canada. As Queer Mobilizations shows, anti-discrimination legislation, the extension of benefits to same-sex couples, the right to marry, adoption rights, and the protection of gay-straight alliances in schools did not result from a single act nor from the work of a single organization but rather from the concerted efforts of many people, in many places, over many years.

    Original Publisher: Vancouver [British Columbia], UBC Press
    Language(s): English
    ISBN: 9780774829090
    Collection(s)/Series: LGBTQIA2S+