The History of Social Change is a multimedia project of SEE Change Magazine profiling social change movements in Canadian history – and their key players – that have shaped who we are as Canadians today e.g. Suffrage, Marriage Equality, Cooperatives, Environment, Social Economy, Labour etc. With a focus on the 20th century, each profile will offer an in-depth look at the movement’s origins, its activists, challenges, victories and its status today.
As we travel across Canada gathering visual and audio footage and interviews, we’ll be providing regular updates here with blogs, podcasts and more. Once all stories are completed, they’ll be available on DVD and in an e-book format for educational institutions, organizations and, of course, people like you!
Why look at social change? Learn more here.