Race discrimination

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Timmins (2001)

This is a brief written in 2001 that extracts demographic data sets regarding literacy rates, attitudes and situational factors among youth learners in with the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project in Timmins, Ontario. The survey examines a small number of youths ranging in age from 15-26 and from varying backgrounds.

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2009-09-09

Black Youth Literacy: A Guide for Program Development (2003)

The Black Youth Literacy Project is an initiative of the Toronto ALFA Centre, a community-based program that has been delivering literacy services to adults in the northwest corner of the City of Toronto since 1985.

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2005-03-10

What We Want (1993)

Women's Education des femmes, Winter 1992-93 - Vol. 10, No. 1

The author wrote this article to inform or educate her non-aboriginal colleagues of the dreadful conditions aboriginal women are forced to live in, both on and off-reserve, even in today's modern world. She shares what aboriginal women want for themselves and their families, which is not different than what the rest of the women in mainstream society want.

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2004-09-09

South Asian Women Academics in Montreal (1994)

Women's Education des femmes, Spring 1994 - Vol. 11, No. 1

During the second half of the twentieth century, women academics in Canadian post-secondary institutions increased in number and also became more ethnically diverse. However, the author found that the existing research considered women faculty members as one group, thus hiding the situation of ethnic minority women.

This paper attempts to remedy this situation by reporting on a study of South Asian women academics in Montreal.

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2004-08-05

Equality: Some Unresolved Issues (1985)

Women's Education des femmes, Mar. 1985 - Vol. 3, No. 3

In 1985, Section 15 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms became law. In the three years previous to it becoming law, governments were allowed to make legislation conform to the Equality Rights section of the Charter. For the most part, governments cleaned up sexist language in legislation, and modified statutes to make them applicable to both sexes, where previously they may have been relevant to only one.

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2004-07-28

Making Connections Supplemental Document: Antiracist/Culture-Based Approaches (1998)

Making Connections is a book of curriculum for women in literacy and English-as-an-additional language (EAL) programs, developed as a result of the ongoing work of the Literacy Committee of the CCLOW Board. Since its development, some gaps were identified in the curriculum document in addressing racism and presenting culture-based approaches to learning.

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1998-01-01
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