Charmaine Pountney is a writer, educator, lesbian and learner. Since the 1970s, Charmaine has spoken and written extensively on social justice issues. A secondary school teacher by training, Charmaine she has worked in many areas of the education system, with students, teachers and parents. In addition to speaking engagements, radio and TV activities, she’s written a book, rescued a dying school, and from 1997-99 produced a weekly column for the NZ Herald.
Join us with Charmaine, in conversation with Julie Watson about this remarkable woman, and her journey of learning.
Presented as part of Samesame but different, February 12 – 15, 2020