I Didn't Know It Had A Name (Esto No Tiene Nombre)

Phyllis Waugh

1984, 35:00 minutes, colour, Eng., Spanish


This tape tells the story of the Commodore case, in which six Spanish speaking women won a sexual harassment case against their foreman. It includes a description of the procedure for filing a complaint with the Human Rights Commission, as well as a discussion about sexual harassment by a group who experienced sexual abuse as children, and experience which reinforces social taboos on speaking openly about sexuality.

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