More on Dec. 6: Including Women of Colour

Thanks to Black Coffee Poet for creating and posting this interview with Deb Singh of the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre about why we can’t forget indigenous women and other women of colour when observing the National Day of Action and Remembrance on Violence Against Women on December 6. It’s important to take into account Singh’s observations about why we can’t take a one-size-fits-all approach based on white women’s experiences in order to deal with violence against women across cultures.


Posted on by Jarrah Hodge in Feminism, Racism 3 Comments

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Jarrah Hodge

Jarrah Hodge is the founder and editor of She has also written for the Huffington Post, Bitch Magazine Blogs, the Vancouver Observer and About-Face. Jarrah has B.A. in Women’s Studies and Sociology from UBC. She’s a fan of politics, Star Trek, musical theatre, and brunch.

3 Responses to More on Dec. 6: Including Women of Colour

  1. Jorge Antonio Vallejos


    Thanks for cross-posting the video interview I did with Deb Singh.

    Please subscribe to and please keep checking the site and spreading the word via FB and other means.

    In solidarity,

    Jorge Antonio Vallejos

    • jarrahpenguin

      Hi Jorge,

      Thanks for commenting. I was very happy to cross-post your video and will definitely keep checking Black Coffee Poet. It’s a great site!


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