Through our various programs and initiatives, we generate a lot of content. Our history as an organization is to share as much as possible. In the eighties, there was a lack of materials geared towards low-literacy adults so we created East End Press to meet that need. Our learners wrote their stories, using the language they were comfortable with, and the results were very powerful and used all around the world.
We continue this tradition with the Immigrant Women Integration Program’s (IWIP) Community Needs Assessment reports, the Academic Skills Upgrading’s Celebrating Success booklet and our Yearbooks.