From the Mouths of Participants: CLTL in Action

Though Changing Lives Through Literature is an organization founded on the power of reading and discussion, we’d like to take a break from the great discussions we’ve been having around here and offer you a little less talk and a lot more action.

The videos below offer a great introduction to the faces and founding principles that propel CLTL programs. These individuals–offenders, instructors, judges, probation officers, and community volunteers–keep CLTL alive throughout the country. Will you be the next to join them?

Click on the images to see CLTL in action. 

(Videos open in a new window and require Quicktime, available to both PC and Mac users by following this link.)    

 


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Changing Lives Through Literature : An Introduction
Changing Lives Through Literature
Co-Directors Jean Trounstine and Robert Waxler 
talk about how and why the program works.

 

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What Does CLTL Mean to You? 
A host of Changing Lives Through Literature participants
from around the country talk about how the program
changes the lives of everyone involved.

 

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CLTL In Action
Want to see how CLTL sessions work? 
Click on the left image to watch a discussion of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
Click on the right image to see a group discuss The Bluest Eye. 

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2 thoughts on “From the Mouths of Participants: CLTL in Action

  1. Hi Allan: That video was originally made at one of our Henderson House meetings the year we were putting together the CLTL website for the NEH. I am glad you like the class sessions. I think they capture some of the energy and shape of the CLTL discussions.

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