We would like to thank many people for the invaluable help they
gave to this project.
| From CCLOW:
|| Aisla Thomson, for her
reassuring calm, her faith that we would achieve miracles and her playfulness.
Bernnitta Hawkins, who eagerly and with humor took over a
million decisions in the middle and who makes it clear she believes in our work
without ever having met us.
Dianne Palachik, for the hidden
work that makes everything run smoothly.
|| Elaine Gaber-Katz, who helped
us, over and over again, to see where we were and move forward, and who was a
personal inspiration to many of us.
Moon Joyce, who played
and sang and got us singing to bring us together, to energize and encourage us.
Selvi Varathappan Dyck and Marie Gregory, who
remain a big part of the project, even though, as a result of circumstances
beyond their control, they were not able to complete the work. We would like to
thank them for the research and writing they did on women's issues, and for
contributing their ideas and their enthusiasm to our meetings.
Louise Ford, for her creative contributions to
our first meeting.
All the individual adult literacy and EAL learners we
have encountered, for their honesty, courage and determination to
learn, and for helping us learn to teach.
|The programs where we work, for
facilitating our participation in the project:
|| Action Read Community Literacy Centre of
Carnegie Adult Learning Centre, Vancouver, B.C.
The Centre for
Literacy of Quebec, Montreal, Quebec
Community Programs, Academic Studies,
Nunavut Arctic College, Iqualuit
Community Services, Dawson Campus, Yukon
Inverness County Continuing Education/Inverness County Adult
Network/ Inverness District School Board, Nova Scotia
Malaspina University-College, Cowichan Campus, Duncan, B.C.
Project, Vancouver, B.C.
Toronto ALFA Centre