Central America Solidarity Activists
Central America Solidarity activists collection. Second accrual.
1988-1990. 12.5 cm of textual records. 36 audio cassettes.
Interview transcripts of interviews by Lorne Brown except for those
in French which were done by Miaja Kagis
F.1 Beth Abbott Oxfam and Solidarity Activist. Interviewed
1 September 1989; 11 pages
F.2 Alison Acker. Interviewed May 1989; 24 pages
F.3 Nelson Beaton retired miner. Interviewed 28 August
1989; 5 pages
F.4 Joan, Jordan and John Bishop Tools for Peace. Interview,
n.d.; 12 pages
F.5 Catherine Blacklock student. Interviewed 9 December
1989; 11 pages
F.6 Peter Boles Christian Taskforce on Central America,
Central American Solidarity Committee, Victoria BC. Interviewed November
6, 1988; 6 pages.
Interviewed with Deidre Kelly for that part of the interview
see F.23. Note: Audio cassette in first accrual.
F.7 Gisèle Bonin Interviewed in French, n.d.; 14 pages
F.8 Caroline Brown Calgary Interface and Director of Southern
Alberta World Education Program. Interviewed 7 December 1989; 17 pages
F.9 Denise Caron Interviewed in French, n.d.; 20 pages
F.10 Mario Correnzo El Salvadorian immigrant. Interviewed
25 August 1989; 14 pages
F.11 Annette Desmarais Coordinator, Oxfam Farmers Brigades,
n.d.; 13 pages
F.12 Lynda Dixon Farmers for Peace. Interviewed 19 Feb. 1990;
F.13 Victor Dohl Farmer for Peace. Interviewed 19 Feb. 1990;
F.14 Janet Gear Christian Task Force. Interviewed 8 November
1990; 8 pages
F.15 André Gregoire Interviewed in French, n.d.; 24 pages,
F.16 Marie Synes Grehan social worker. Interviewed 3 February
1989; 15 pages
F.17 Lorraine Guay. Interviewed in French, n.d.; 17 pages
F.18 Barb Harris Advisor to the President of Dalhousie University
on Women, Minorities and the Disabled; Solidarity Activist. Interviewed
1 September 1989;
F.19 Georgina Heselton Voice of the Handicapped. Interviewed
23 November 1988; 20 pages
F.20 Robin Hood Christian Task Force on Central America.
Interviewed on 2 May 1989; 12 pages.
F.21 John Iverson Oxfam Farmers Brigade. Interview,
11 pages, n.d.
F.22 Basil Kelly carpenter. Interviewed 25 August 1989; 12
F.23 Deidre Kelly Christian Task Force and Central American
Support Committee. Interviewed 6 November 1988; 12 pages
F.24 Donna Lentjes church worker. Interviewed 9 December
1989; 24 pages
F.25 Ross MacDonald student, Tools for Peace. Interviewed
September 1989; 14 pages
F.26 Jack MacNie Past Chair of International Council for
Adult Education. Interviewed 8 November 1990; 20 pages
F.27 Wayne Mundle National Director of the Atlantic Region
of CUPW. Interviewed 1 Sept. 1989; 11 pages
F.28 Beth Paynter CUSO, Potato Project. Interviewed 1989;
F.29 Lynda Perry Central American Working Group. Interviewed
1 May 1989; 13pages
F.30 Sheila Profit psychiatric nurse, Tools of Peace. Interviewed
30 August 1989; 7 pages
F.31 Carl Ridd Professor of Religion, University of Winnipeg.
Interviewed 5 March 1989; 12 pages
F.32 John Rooney carpenter. Interviewed 7 November 1988;
F.33 Victor Sanchez Western Farmers Brigade. Interviewed
25 March 1990; 11 pages
F.34 Kathy Schissel Social Work Project. Interviewed 19 February
1990; 8 pages
F.35 Rebecca Seidel Farmers for Peace. Interviewed 19 February
1990; 8 pages
F.36 Kevin Squires fisherman. Interviewed 28 August 1989;
F.37 Conrad Toner potato farmer and National Farmers Union
activist. Interviewed August 1989; 10 pages
F.38 Hugo Torres Chilean immigrant. Interviewed 6 March 1989;
F.39 Victor Ursnik student. Interviewed 18 march 1989; 5
F.40 Carolyn Van Gurp teacher and solidarity activist in
OXFAM, Tools for Peace, Halifax, NS. Interviewed 30 August; 16 pages.
See also first accrual.
F.41 Dan Weston and Norman Laverty Anti-Poverty Association.
Interview, n.d.; 14pages
Audio cassettes for interviews listed in box 2. In addition there
are cassettes for Ritchie Allan and Robert Fox (1989); Jim Beck; Denis
Deroche (8 Nov. 1988); Portillo Hernan Fernandez; Evan Fox-Decent and
Deborah Cohen; John Foster (Oxfam); Fred Judson (Edmonton academic and
activist); Angus MacPhee (9 Nov. 1988); Newfoundland fishermen (Feb.
1990); Val Ross (17 November 1988); John Savage (Mayor of Dartmouth
and later Premier of Nova Scotia, medical aid, 30 August 1989); Jim
Sinclair( President, United Fishermen and later B.C. Federation of Labour,
6 November 1988); Dave Smiley (photographer, 5 March 1989); Phil Westman
(Christian Task Force, 8 Nov. 1988). Total: 36 cassettes. Transcripts
for some of these can be found in the first accrual.
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