The Write to Read Project
Date posted: June 2, 2014
The Write to Read Project is a successful, community-based initiative for improving aboriginal literacy in British Columbia. Founded by former Lt. Governor Steven Point, this project has created libraries in First Nations communities.
More recently, Lt. Governor Judy Guichon has replaced Steven Point as patron of the Write to Read Project. And the latest library to open is in the remote community of Oweekeno (Rivers Inlet) on the BC coast. To read more about this project, read First Nations in B.C. gain libraries thanks to judge, ex-officer by Duncan McCue of CBC News and visit the Write to Read Project website.
This video talks about the purpose of the project and its early history.