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The Impact of Inclusive Storytelling in Entertainment

The Impact of Inclusive Storytelling in Entertainment

The Impact of Inclusive Storytelling in Entertainment In the quest for inclusive storytelling, it’s crucial to recognize that diversity in the entertainment industry extends beyond gender alone. True representation encompasses a tapestry of identities, including those of racialized women, trans individuals, non-binary talents, and more. This holistic approach ensures that narratives authentically capture the richness […]

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Witchcraft and Womanhood

Witchcraft and Womanhood: Historical Misogyny and the “Evil” Woman From Revered Healer to Fearsome Wretch The witch stands as a powerful figure that appears in nearly every culture across the world. Once recognized as medicine healers, witches now conjure popular imageries of aging, ugly women who have vested powers in dark magic and trickster potions.

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Books to Read this Women’s History Month

October is Women’s History Month in Canada. Women’s History Month is a powerful opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge the significant contributions of women and gender-diverse people across the world. Throughout history, women and gender-diverse people have always defied expectations, pushed boundaries, and created impactful change for generations to come. This reading list highlights books written

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Pandemic Recovery: Building a More Equitable Future for Women

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and deepened inequities in our society, especially for women with intersecting social identities and experiences (such as race, Indigeneity, disability, immigration status, gender identity and income status). As we look towards recovery, how do we ensure that in the future, wealth, work and care responsibilities are more fairly distributed and

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Feminist Walk

Join us on a walk outside and socially distanced to learn about the Women’s Centre’s surrounding community through a gender+ lens. All ages and genders welcome! The walk will happen rain or shine, starting at the Women’s Centre (39 4 Street NE). We encourage participants to wear a mask and will have them available if

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