WOMEN'S EDUCATION DES FEMMES, a feminist
connection to the world of learning and education, is published quarterly by
the Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women. CCLOW is a
national, nonprofit organization promoting feminist education and the
empowerment of women.
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Women's Education des femmes continues to publish in an environment of
disappearing feminist periodicals and dwindling recognition of the feminist
cause, we remain indebted to the women who provide critical and insightful
perspectives on the world of education and learning. For the contents of this
issue, we thank Carol Arkinstall, Julie James Bailey (from Australia!), Mary
Bryson and Suzanne de Castell, Judith Grant, Lisa Jeffs, Pamela J. Milne, Bev
Suderman, Minke Venema and Pat Webb. Poetry comes from Wilda Kruize, Susan
Ioannou, and Mary Rudbeck Stanko. Illustrations are by Nancy Reid, Leslie
Stewart, and Minke Venema.
Once again, nathalie stephens is thanked for pulling together
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of the Women's Program, Secretary of State.
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