A Conversation Overheard

Boruff, Jill; Saunders, Jeremiah
August 2006
Feliciter;2006, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p142
The article presents the conversation between Stephen Lewis and Avi Lewis during the Canadian Library Association Conference in Ottawa, Ontario in June 2006. No single strategy for social change was one of the key messages of the duo's conversation. Stephen Lewis expressed his support for the creation of an international agency for women. Avi Lewis, on the other hand, stressed the importance of parents reading books to their children.


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