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Something Big - The Aftermath of Protests at Fredericton High

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2014 was the year when feminism and how women are treated came roaring into public discourse.
It was also the year that a group of Fredericton High students walked out over their school's dress code.
The protest - and the punishment that followed made headlines.
And began a discussion about gender politics, morality, sexual assault - and free speech and the right to protest.
The CBC's Jacques Poitras takes us through those events last fall, in his documentary Something Big.

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