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Coming to Chatham-Kent May 29th!
This is What a Feminist Sounds Like is a fascinating documentary film about what is
possible when one person lives a commitment to advance respect, equality and justice!
Pat Noonan was born in Windsor Ontario where she was raised until she attended
boarding school in Chatham Ontario at Ursuline College Chatham, “The Pines”. Upon
graduation from The Pines Pat entered a Religious Community of the Chatham
Ursulines. Nearly three decades later Pat re-entered the lay community, bringing that
core value of social justice with her. At 83, Pat Noonan remains a mighty and respected
activist. She is still heard on newscasts speaking out for the environment and other
important issues. Pat’s dedication to improving the world for others has not waned. Pat
Noonan is an inspiration and extraordinary role model for young and old alike!
Debuted at the 2013 Windsor Film Festival, This is What a Feminist Sounds Like was not
the first title assigned to this compelling film. Shortly before filming began something
unforeseen happened… Pat Noonan mysteriously and suddenly lost her voice. As
someone who has never backed away from a challenge, Pat bravely faced this one head
on with her usual determination and tenacity. Pat’s persistence boded well for her as she
fought her way back to giving voice! As a film that documents the lifetime activism of Pat
Noonan, This is What a Feminist Sounds Like is aptly named!
Sponsored in partnership by Chatham-Kent Sexual Assault Crisis Centre and St.
Clair College Capitol Theatre, This is What a Feminist Sounds Like will be screened
in Chatham at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 29th at St. Clair College Capitol Theatre
located at 238 King Street West in Chatham. Immediately following the film, Pat Noonan
and the film crew, including co-director, Chatham - born Kim Nelson, will be on hand to
Meet and Greet at an informal reception in the Capitol Theatre Rotary Lounge. A ticket
donation of $10.00 is requested for admission.
For Tickets and Ticket Information please contact:
St. Clair College Capitol Theatre:
Chatham-Kent Sexual Assault Crisis Centre Business Line: 519-354-8908