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Margot Leigh Butler

Margot Leigh Butler is an artist, educator, activist, and cultural theorist. She’s been involved with the Humanities 101 Community Programme (Hum) for 10 years, first as a teacher and, for the past five years, as Academic Director. Thanks to Hum’s students, alumni, and Steering Committee members—some of their manifestos which are in this issue will be in the Vancouver Art Gallery’s exhibit “WE: Vancouver - 12 Manifestos for the City,” from February to May 2011—and staff Paul Woodhouse, Alison Rajah, Greg Scutt, Julian Weideman, and Chris Hiebert; John Vigna, Janet Giltrow, Sue Pell, Glen Coulthard; CCAP (Carnegie Community Action Project) and the DNC (Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood Council); and the ‘sisters’ in Hum’s Canadian sister programmes.

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