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MAGAZINE OF THE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ FEDERATION OF ONTARIO
Women's Issue - Learning to Critically Address Anti-Black Racism: An Interview with Kike Ojo-Thompson; Dare to be Powerful; Creating a New Normal; Advice From Our Grandmothers; Singing in Solidarity
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Learning to Critically Address Anti-Black Racism: Voice in Conversation with Kike Ojo-Thompson, Principal Consultant, Kojo Institute
Dare to be Powerful
Creating a New Normal: Feminist Lessons from COVID-19
Advice from Our Grandmothers: Teaching and Learning During a Global Pandemic
Singing in Solidarity: Social Justice in Music Education
Building Cultural Agency: Creating a Community-Focused Cultural Hub
The Power and Impact of ETFO Women’s Programs
Persevering Through the Challenges of a Year Like No Other
Building an Equitable Future We Can All Believe In
From the Editor
A Girl Called Echo Vol.1 and 2
Katherena Vermette, illustrated by Scott B. Henderson, by Donovan Yaciuk. HighWater Press, 2017. 15 pages, $18.95
Spectacular Women in Space
Sonia Gueldenpfennig. Second Story Press, 2004. 110 pages, $10.95.
Maggie and the Chocolate War
Michelle Mulder. Second Story Press, 2007. 93 pages, $14.95.
Singing Sisters: A Story of Himlity
Katherena Vermette, illustrated by Irene Kuziw. HighWater Press, 2014. 24 pages, $9.95.