Women’s Day 2016 Film Screening

Women’s Day 2016 Film Screening

In collaboration with Feminist Canada, we invite you to an International Women’s Day screening of the film I Had An Abortion at OCAD University (Room 190). Each year in the US, 1.3 million abortions occur, but the topic is still so stigmatized it’s never discussed in polite company. Powerful, poignant, and fiercely honest, I Had An […]

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A new kind of resolution.

A new kind of resolution.

What if instead of ‘lose 10 pounds’ and ‘clean the house more often’ we decided to make a promise on New Year’s eve that would have a global impact than a personal one? It’s time we commit to doing our part in making this world a better place and to be honest, it might be […]

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Are you ready to stand #WithMalala?

Are you ready to stand #WithMalala?

I was invited to the TIFF 2015 premiere of He Named Me Malala directed by Davis Guggenheim. In the invitation email it said, “We believe your dedication to human rights reflects Malala’s and the film’s efforts in bringing awareness to human rights issues around the world.” Who? Me? My only thought after reading this email […]

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Little black girls in little black graves

Little black girls in little black graves

I went to a play called All Our Yesterday’s on Sunday night. Someone tweeted about it and I thought it might be interesting given the subject matter; missing school girls from Nigeria. I had never attended anything at The Toronto Fringe Festival before but I was excited and ready to be upset. I walked out […]

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