WE LEARN (Women Expanding Literacy Education Action Resource Network)

is a community promoting women’s literacy as a tool that fosters empowerment and equity for women.

    Newsletters

    Current eNews:

    August 2014 - Feature Article: Changing the Programming (Rape is a topic that is hard to think about....)

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    Archived Newsletters

    eNews from 2014:

    • June/July  - Feature article - "Why the Government Is Giving Money to Adult Literacy Programs" 
    • May- Feature Article - "Looking in the Mirror at the Missing Girls of Chibok"
    • April
    Enews
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    2010
    Fall           Features: WE LEARN’s plans to use technology
    Spring      Features: Faces of WE LEARN | Conference Reflections | Spiritual Supports
     
    2009
    Fall           Features: Stories from our members about what they gain from WE LEARN
    Spring      Features: Conference Reflections | Women Leading Through Reading | New Books & Resources
     
    2008
    Fall          Features: Learner tips on successful learning | Vision draft | Poetry | New Resources
    Spring      Features: Popular Education | Conference Reflections | Hope | Our 1st adult learner board member
     
    2007
    Fall          Features: 5th Anniversary | Profile: Center for Immigrant Families (NYC) | Student Reflections
    Spring      Features: Conference Reflections | Poem by Antonia Darder | Nuggets from membership meeting
     
    2006
    Fall          Features: Women Need to Support Other Women | New Resources | Project Announcements
    Spring     Features: WE LEARN launches Women’s Perspectives | Positive Impact: Storytelling | New Resources
     
    2005
    Spring     Features: Student Voices: Going to a conference for the first time
     
    2004
    Spring     Features: Reflections from 1st WE LEARN Conference | Student Article: “I CAN Be a Writer”
     
    2003
    Fall          Features: New Resources | General News about WE LEARN programs
    Spring     Features: Our very first newsletter!