Let’s hear your #FierceVoices!

Women Transforming Cities has teamed up with rabble.ca to bring you #FierceVoices, a community series focusing on women and girls in media.

Join us for our first event coming up March 25th – #FierceVoices: Say What? Reflecting on women and girls in media.

On Wednesday, March 25th, come on out to an evening of speakers, glue & glitter, a little bit of running with scissors, and a whole bunch of discussion about claiming space for women and girls in media. This first event in the series looks at critically examining media using an anti-oppressive lens (and glue—there will be glue).

Speakers:

Jarrah Hodge
Jarrah Hodge is the founder and editor of gender-focus.com, named Best Political Blog and Best Social Justice/Activism Blog in the 2014 Canadian Weblog Awards. She has also blogged for Bitch Magazine, the Huffington Post, the Vancouver Observer and The Mary Sue. She is an organizer for Women, Action & The Media (WAM!) Vancouver and a former member of the City of Vancouver Women’s Advisory Committee. You can find her on Twitter @jarrahpenguin.

Jen Sookfong Lee

Jen Sookfong Lee writes, talks on the radio and loves her slow cooker. Jen’s third novel for adults, The Conjoined, will be published by ECW Press in September 2016.

A popular radio personality, Jen was the writing columnist for CBC Radio One’s On the Coast and All Points West for three years. She appears regularly as a columnist on The Next Chapter and Definitely Not the Opera, and is a frequent co-host of the Studio One Book Club. Jen is a member of the writing group SPiN and is represented by the Carolyn Swayze Literary Agency. You can learn more about her at http://sookfong.com/

When: Wednesday, March 25th, 2015
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Heartwood Community Café (317 E Broadway)

This event takes place on unceded Coast Salish Territory.

Save the date!
There are more events to come as a part of the #FierceVoices series. Check back for details.