Central America Solidarity Activists
Central America Solidarity activists collection. First accrual.
1986-1993. 10 cm of textual records. 16 audio cassettes.
Transcripts of interviews:
Note: An asterisk (*) indicates that this accrual also contains an audio
cassette of the interview. Interviews done by either Janice Acton or
F.1 Janice Acton Tools for Peace, Toronto. Self-interview
July 1993, Janice Acton, 21 pages.
Ritchie Allan see Robert Fox
F.2 Louise Casselman Latin American Working Group, Toronto.
Interviewed June 29, 1993 by Janice Acton; 16 pages.
F.3 Pat Coty staff OXFAM Ontario, activist in Tools
for Peace, and Medical Aid to Nicaragua, Toronto, Ont. Interviewed March
31, 1989 by Janice Acton; 14 pages*.
F.4 Joe Cursio Scarborough Foreign Missions priest, Scarborough,
Ont. Interviewed Dec 9, 1988 by Lorne Brown; 15 pages*.
F.5 Denny Deroche Activist and solidarity worker, Central
American solidarity work, Nanaimo B.C. Interviewed in 1989 by Lorne
Brown; 6 pages.
F.6 Tim Draimin, Fr. Michael Czerny, Julie Leonard editors
and publishers of Central America Update, Toronto-based Jesuit
Centre for Social Faith and Justice. Interviewed February 10, 1987 by
Janice Acton; 15 pages.
F.7 Cathy Ellis Midwife, nurse involved in Medical Aid
to Nicaragua/Central America/ Tools for Peace, Saskatchewan. Interviewed
February 24, 1989 by Janice Acton; 9 pages*.
F.8 Robert Fox and Ritchie Allan Tools for Peace, Ottawa,
Ontario. Interviewed October 31, 1989 by Janice Acton; 10 pages.
F.9 Suzanne Guay staff SUCO-Quebec (Service universitaire
canadien outre-mer), activist Outils de Paix (Tools for Peace) Montreal,
Quebec. Interviewed 1989 by Janice Acton; 9 pages*.
F.10 Derol and Judy Kawaja volunteers, Catholic Church Committee
on Development & Peace, Tools for Peace, Port Hawkesbury, NS. Interviewed
August 27 1989 by Lorne Brown; 5 pages*.
F.11 John Kirk Professor, Dalhousie University, Halifax NS.
Interviewed Sept. 1, 1989 by Lorne Brown; 4 pages*.
F.12 Gordon Kiley Worker at United Steelworkers, Sydney,
N.S. Interviewed August 27, 1989 by Lorne Brown; 6 pages*.
F.13 Barb Lawder artist, teacher, NS College of Art and Design,
Halifax NS. Interviewed Sept. 1, 1989 by Lorne Brown; 7 pages*.
F.14 Claudette Legault activist Tools for Peace, Latin American
Information Group (Halifax), OXFAM staff (Halifax and Ottawa). Interviewed
April/May, 1989 by Janice Acton; 13 pages*.
F.15 Julie Leonard staff Jesuit Centre for Peace and Justice,
activist Tools for Peace, Toronto. Interviewed 1989 by Janice Acton;
F.16 Angus MacPhee B.C. Pulp and Paper Workers of Canada
(PPWC), November 9, 1988. Interviewed by Lorne Brown; 9 pages.
F.17 John Mathews retired professor, Dalhousie University,
Bedford, NS. Interviewed September 2, 1989 by Lorne Brown; 4 pages*.
F.18 Wes Maultsaid Anglican priest, activist in Central American
Solidarity Committee, Tools for peace etc. Interviewed May 1989 by Janice
Acton; 10 pages.
F.19 Sue Mitchell & Harvey Totten Tools for Peace, Managua,
Nicaragua. Interviewed 1988 or 1989 in Managua by Janice Acton; 15 pages*.
F.20 Harold and Isabella Proven farmers and members of National
Farmers Union, Minnedosa, Manitoba. Interviewed March 10, 1989
by Lorne Brown; 10 pages*.
F.21 Audrey Silvius United Church member, activist in Tools
for Peace etc, Brandon, Man. Interviewed March 10, 1989 by Lorne Brown;
Harvey Totten see Sue Mitchell
F.21 Carolyn Van Gurp teacher; solidarity activist in OXFAM,
Tools for Peace, Halifax, NS. Interviewed March 20, 1989 by Janice Acton;
8 pages*. See also the second accrual.
F.23 Phil Westman Coordinator national office of Tools for
Peace, Vancouver, BC. From an interview July 22, 1986; 8 pages.
F.24 Scotty Neish BC Fishermans Union, BC newspaper
article written by Scotty Neish; various drafts
F.25 Lorne Brown proposal outlining plans to edit an Anthology
on Central America; 6 pages. Also a circular letter, 27 October
Audio Cassettes: 16 containing interviews with Alison Acker; Peter Boles
and Deidre Kelly; Pat Coty; Joe Cursio; Suzanne Guay; John Kirk; Cathy
Ellis; Derol and Judy Kawaja; Gordon Kiley; Barbara Lawder; Claudette
Legault; Julie Leonard ; John Mathews; Sue Mitchell & Harvey Totten
; Harold and Isabella Proven;Audrey Silvius; Carolyn Van Gurp. Transcripts
for some of these interviews not found here are in the second accrual.
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