M2W2 Association hosts free author reading

Dr. Ruth Elwood Martin on hand at presentation on Friday, Dec. 9 in Abbotsford

Ruth Elwood Martin

The M2W2 Association hosts a free reading on Friday, Dec. 9 from the book Arresting Hope: Women Taking Action in Prison Health Inside Out by Dr. Ruth Elwood Martin.

Elwood Martin is a former prison doctor and current director of the Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education at the University of B.C.

She is also the recipient of the Governor General of Canada award for Commemoration of the Persons Case for her work with incarcerated women.

The free reading takes place at 6 p.m. at Mennonite Heritage Museum, 1818 Clearbrook Rd. Attendance should be confirmed by calling 604-859-3215 or emailing info@m2w2.com.

 

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