Historians Speak on Bill to Erase Certain LGBTQ2 Convictions

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Historians Speak on Bill to Erase Certain LGBTQ2 Convictions

Historians Gary Kinsman and Tom Hooper hold a news conference in Ottawa with Calla Barnett, president of the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity, to outline their concerns with Bill C-66, which aims to clear the records of Canadians who were convicted of certain same-sex offences now considered historically unjust. Ron Rosenes, who was convicted in the 1981 bath raids in Toronto, and Angela Chiasson, appearing as an individual, also speak. (April 18, 2018) (no interpretation)