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252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5S 1V6 . Phone: 646-238-3531
WHO WE ARE:
Advisory/Executive Board A. Phillips (Director, Vice-President) G. Medeubekova (Director) Carolyn King (Director, Vice-Chancellor) J. Kodapully (Director, Editor) D. J. Bazile (Editor) MC Lois Provost (Chancellor, Focal Point, Founding Head) MC Lois Provost (Managing Editor)
BACKGROUND: World Indigenous Teaching & Learning Centre Circle (WITLCC) was founded at Ontario Institute for Studies of Education at University of Toronto in 2006 as field development work in the doctoral research of M.C.Lois Provost. The organization was earlier the Indigenous Teaching & Learning Circle (ITLC, 2010-2015) and Indigenous Discussion Group (2006-2010) with support from then-Dean Dr. J. Gaskell (OISE) and then-Chair Dr. G. Dei (Sociology & Equity Studies). Dr. E.M.Antone (Emerita) invited the organization to include Native Literacy and Language in our online reports as Provost was then an assistant in Dr. Antone's research (2007 to 2014). In 2015, the work received the support of Dr. A. Miles and Dr. G. Jones then Acting Dean. In 2019 we welcomed Jinan Kodapully, author of Education for Authenticity and Cultural Rootedness to our Editorial Board. WITLCC conducts its practice primarily via the internet as is customary in our era. Our focus continues to be family healing through the native language learning and preservation, music, arts, play and games. We operate in respect of ancestral Indigenous and Mestizaje Principles, Protocols, Perspectives and Cultural Contexts as they occur in Matriarchy and the Giving Principle. This resembles and supports the work of Heide Gottner-Abendroth and Genevieve Vaughan, respectively, and the leadership of George Dei and Angela Miles. ****