I'm honoured to be profiled in TechGirls Canada's Portraits of Strength amongst some amazing, inspiring women.
Our movements need more images! We have a wealthy visual vocabulary of protest and critique — raised fists, barbed wire, marchers holding placards — but we must also depict the world we are building, not just the forces we’re resisting. Join me for the first Social Justice Design Jam: Co-Creating Images for the World(s) We Want to Build, April 12 in Toronto.
Yesterday, the Feathers of Hope First Nations Youth Action Plan was placed in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Bentwood Box during the TRC's seventh and final national event in Edmonton. "This means that the experiences that have been collected and the voices of First Nations youth shared through Feathers of Hope will remain archived forever at the upcoming National Research Centre and will be a cemented part of Canadian history." More info on the Feathers of Hope Facebook page.