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Tameera Mohamed, Nadia Mohamed and Alysha Brilla
For standing up for their right to bare breasts: What started as an innocent doffing-of-tops on a long summer bike ride in Kitchener-Waterloo became a moralizing traffic stop when a police officer told the three sisters to cover up. Thing is, it's completely legal for women to go topless in Ontario. The sisters — each social justice activists in their own right — not only challenged the force's decision to stop them, they organized a protest the following weekend to draw attention to the clash between personal rights and what society considers "decent" for women.
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