Truth Tellers is a group of feminist survivors rising up against the lies of the "false memory syndrome" foundation. Subscription to their newsletter is available for $5.00 + $1.50 postage and handling; feminist and pro-survivor stickers ("Your Silence Will not Protect You," "Don't Let the "FMS"ers Silence Survivors," "Stop Ritual Abuse from Killing Children," etc.) can be purchased for $1.00/ten stickers + $.50 postage and handling. Contact Truth Tellers, 489 College Street, Suite 503, Toronto, ON, M6G 1A5.
Canadian Women's Indexing Group
Ontario Breast Cancer Information Exchange Project
The goal of the Project is to improve access to information for women, their families and health care providers about breast cancer and related concerns, and to act as a catalyst for breast cancer information organizations and those seeking information to work together. The Project's direction is set by an Advisory Panel, over half of which are breast cancer survivors and family members. Contact OBCIEP, c/o R&R Book Bar, 14800 Yonge Street, Unit 106, Aurora ON, L4G 1N3, tel. (905) 727-3300, fax (905) 727-2620.
Canadian Women's Indexing Group
Institut canadien d'éducation des adultes
L'ICÉA offre des sessions d'information et des journées de formation à l'intention du personnel des organismes qui souhaitent intégrer "Nos compétences fortes" à leur programme régulier de formation. Les séances peuvent être préparées sur mesure et du matériel original complémentaire soutient les activités de formation. "Nos compétences fortes" est une adaptation créative de Question de compétences, un outil au service des femmes publié en 1989 par le Centre d'orientation et de formation des femmes en recherche d'emploi, Relais-femmes et l'ICÉA. Veuillez contacter: ICÉA, 5225, rue Berri, bureau 300, Montréal (Québec), H2J 2S4. Téléph. (514) 948-2044, téléc. (514) 948-2046.
Linden School Wanna-be Graduates
The Linden school is a private single-sex school where students learn from a structure and curriculum utilizing the most current and credible resources for educating girls. The woman-positive environment empowers its graduates to become full participants in society and to take leadership roles in local, national and international arenas. As a fundraising endeavor, the school is seeking "wanna-be" alumnae, those who wish they could have graduated from such a school environment. The fee is $100: $75 tax deductible and $25 to cover mailing of the school T-shirt and newspaper. Contact The Linden School, 10 Rosehill Avenue, Toronto, ON, M4T 1G5, tel. (416) 966- 4406.
Moonprint is a women's press interested in reading and publishing work written in a style or on topics not seen in mainstream publishing and in voices that speak from marginalized positions whether for reasons of ethnic background, race, class, sexual orientation, disability, etc. Send 10 to 40 typed, numbered, double-spaced pages with a cover letter, and self-addressed envelope with sufficient postage if you would like your manuscript returned. We accept poetry, short fiction and personal essays. Send submissions to Moonprint Press, P.O. Box 293, Winnipeg, MB, R3C 2G9.
Papers that debate what defines feminism and the current place of feminist theory and practice in racial, queer, ethnic, class, and ability politics are invited for this interdisciplinary graduate student conference to be held March 1-2, 1996. Submit two copies of a 1 page abstract, e-mail address, and phone number by January 5 to Locating Feminisms, Box 1958, Brown University, Providence, RI, 02912, USA.