Irene Tyhurst and her 18-year-old daughter Emily may have grown up in Ontario cities not too far from each other. But things have obviously changed for women over the past few decades, and as Emily learns, there were some differences in the way girls and boys were educated when 49-year-old Irene was in school.
This is the second video in Rhubarb’s new series, which focuses on the differences (or similarities) in the lives of women from the same family—but different generations. Thank you to Colleen Hale-Hodgson, who edited the sound; and David St. Bernard, who composed the music.
…with a video series focusing on the differences (or similarities) in the lives of women from the same family—but different generations. Were they raised alike or not? How do their attitudes toward feminism, pop culture and current events differ—or how are they the same? To what extent are their opinions informed by age and the country or city they grew up in?
The first video features Aashi and Madhulika Saraf. Aashi, 14, grew up in southern Ontario. Her mom Madhulika grew up in Bhopal, India. Here, they share their thoughts on hospitality and entertaining guests in India versus Canada.