Let’s hear your #FierceVoices!
As our first event focused on critical analysis on representation of women in media, our second aims to build capacity for women and girls working/or wanting to work with their own forms of media. It will focus on building skills and sharing tools to engage with. Come out on Thursday, April 30th (location to be confirmed) for another night of speakers and hands-on activities, designed to give women and girls an opportunity to actively share their public voice!
Michelle Reid is a Vancouver-based writer and co-publisher of the arts & culture quarterly Sad Mag. She likes oxford commas, hefty print publications, and the needless insertion of puns into story titles. You can send her tweets @ponymalta.
Robyn Smith is managing editor of The Tyee. A graduate of the University of British Columbia’s School of Journalism, Robyn’s reported for the Globe and Mail, The Walrus, Al Jazeera, Megaphone Magazine, and on CBC Television, where her dream of interviewing Elvis Stojko finally came true. A Toronto native, she landed at The Tyee’s headquarters in summer 2010, and has never looked back. Twitter: @robynchirps.
When: Thursday, April 30th, 2015
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
This event takes place on unceded Coast Salish land.
Save the date!
The third and final event in the #FierceVoices series will be our keynote event, taking place at the SFU Wosk Centre on May 23rd. This event will bring together young women and their allies to share, amplify, and reflect on wise practices that address issues affecting urban women and girls. Check back for details.