Afternoon Drive | Feb 7, 2013 | 8:22

A long time Windsor feminist is being celebrated in a new documentary film.

Pat Noonan is the one who did the work, Vernonika Mogyorody is the one who thought it should be documented and tonight, at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor a trailor for the documentary is being screened. Veronika Mogyorody is Associate Professor in the School for Arts and Creative Innovation at the University of Windsor. This afternoon Veronika Mogyorody joins me in the studio with more on the documentary.

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