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 Dorothy Proctor
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Interviews with Dorothy Proctor: Proctor speaks on the outcome of the case that she won against CSC in '02; Proctor speaks on a racist attack against her and how the police and courts dealt with it; plus her speech at the Women's Resistance Conf
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Dorothy Proctor was a rebellious 17-year-old when she entered the Prison for Women in Kingston, Ontario on a three-year term for robbery. Primed first with sensory deprivation and electroshock, she was administered LSD in 1961 by a prison psychologist, then locked into "The Hole" to endure what for her was "Dante

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An interview where Dorothy Proctor discusses the case which she won against Corrections Service of Canada (CSC in regards to the abuses, including, but not limited to, LSD testing conducted on her while in prison in the early sixties.  00:11:59  64Kbps mp3
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This is another interview where Dorothy Proctor speaks in detail in regards to a racist attack against her in 2000 and how she defended herself, and the legal proceedings thereafter.  00:34:18  64Kbps mp3
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This is part 1 of a speech that took place on Oct. 2, 2001 at the Womens Resistance conference of which Dorothy Proctor was an invited speaker. It begins with sociology professor Kathleen Kendal.  00:44:36  64Kbps mp3
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This is the continuation of Dorothy Proctor's speech at the women's resistance conference.  00:38:45  64Kbps mp3
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