Meet Reva Landau

The publication of Reva Landay’s book Privileged Status: Public Funding – The Surprising History of Ontario Catholic Separate Schools, was announced on this site on April 16, and Renton Patterson’s review appeared on May 10.

Privileged Status is generating a lot of interest, and

The Canadian Secular Alliance is excited to invite you to hear Reva Landau – who brought the Ontario government to court over the extension of funding for Catholic schools – discuss her new book: Privileged Status: Public Funding – The Surprising History of Ontario Catholic Separate Schools.

When:   Friday, May 22nd at 7:00 PM

Where Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto).

Room 2214

252 Bloor Street West

There is no charge for admission.

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