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Active Diversity at the Women’s Centre

Active Diversity is a promising practice of the Women’s Centre, and it is something we work to uphold, every day. Women face many different kinds of oppression, including sexism, classism, racism, ableism, ageism, and heterosexism. Supporting a culture of inclusivity and celebrating diversity requires work, vigilance, and recognition of every woman’s inherent value. Last year, […]

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Women with Disabilities

The monthly Women’s Centre Social Issues Discussion Series resumed on September 7, 2016 with a session on accessibility issues faced by women with disabilities. The discussion was led by Mary Salvani from Disability Action Hall and Women’s Centre volunteers Taylor Johnson and Gurbinder Manhas. All three spoke about their experiences as women with visible and

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