Film, Video History of Educa Vision
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- History of Educa Vision
- Leaders of the pioneering educational publishing company "Educa Vision" recorded an oral history of their enterprise. Speakers were founder and publisher Fequiere Vilsaint, author and vice-president Maude Heurtelou and Carol Hollander, editor of the firm's Caribbean Studies Press. Established upon a fundamental commitment to recognize, build upon and develop the linguist and cultural asset that is a Haitian-Creole speaking child's native language, the press supports this child when he or she enters a predominately English-Language classroom.
- Event Date
- June 13, 2011
- Related Resources
- Hispanic Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/hispanic/
- Running Time
- 2 hours 20 minutes 33 seconds
- Online Format
- online text
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