Women's Education des femmes, Spring 1999 - Vol. 13, No. 1
Authors: Anne-Marie Pharand
In the late afternoon of December 6, 1989 in a classroom at the École polytechnique of the University of Montreal, a young man entered the room, armed with a gun. He separated the women from the men and shot at the women, accusing them of being feminists. Fourteen women died, and ten women and three men were wounded. In this article, the author discusses her personal feelings after the massacre.