Topic: indigenous women


Promo photo for Down Beat, showing the filmmakers

Down Beat Aims to Beat Women’s Stigmatized Roles in Filmmaking

by Mary Galloway and Katherine Ramdeen Down Beat is a feature film that focuses on two dynamic female characters who are dedicated to their ... [ more ]

by Mary Galloway and Katherine Ramdeen Down Beat is a feature film that focuses ... [ more ]

by Mary Galloway and Katherine Ramdeen Down Beat is a feature film that focuses on two dynamic female characters ... [ more ]

YWCA Advocates for Homes for Women

by Laura Riina. Laura is a YWCA Toronto Volunteer with the Y Act Up Campaign. While we have known for years that poverty disproportionally ... [ more ]

by Laura Riina. Laura is a YWCA Toronto Volunteer with the Y Act Up ... [ more ]

by Laura Riina. Laura is a YWCA Toronto Volunteer with the Y Act Up Campaign. While we have known ... [ more ]

Sisters in Spirit 2012

by E. Cain It is a national tragedy that there have been over 600 disappearances and murders of Aboriginal women and girls across the country over ... [ more ]

by E. Cain It is a national tragedy that there have been over 600 disappearances ... [ more ]

by E. Cain It is a national tragedy that there have been over 600 disappearances and murders of Aboriginal women ... [ more ]

Coming Together to Make Media from the Margins

by Jarrah Hodge Often as feminists and social justice activists we find ourselves challenged by the mainstream media. It doesn’t seem to represent our ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Often as feminists and social justice activists we find ourselves challenged ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Often as feminists and social justice activists we find ourselves challenged by the mainstream media. It ... [ more ]

Indigenous and Women of Colour Media Makers Resist!

4th post as part of  Joanna Chiu‘s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support Services on media representations of violence against women in recognition ... [ more ]

4th post as part of  Joanna Chiu‘s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support ... [ more ]

4th post as part of  Joanna Chiu‘s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support Services on media representations of ... [ more ]

Don’t Need Saving: Aboriginal Women and Access to Justice

Last week Toronto non-profit METRAC (Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children) and Audrey Huntley of Wolf Dog Productions launched a new ... [ more ]

Last week Toronto non-profit METRAC (Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children) ... [ more ]

Last week Toronto non-profit METRAC (Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children) and Audrey Huntley of Wolf ... [ more ]