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Podcast – No Filter: Jasmyn Lawson

No Filter: Women Owning it Online is a podcast series that explores what it means to be a woman online. This episode features Jasmyn Lawson, former culture editor at Giphy. “That’s the search engine that houses all those looped videos we use to express emotion – and ourselves – online. But when Jasmyn started working there,

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Podcast: Revisionist History – The Lady Vanishes

Check out this podcast from Revisionist History: http://revisionisthistory.com/episodes/01-the-lady-vanishes “In the late 19th, a painting by a virtually unknown artist took England by storm: ‘The Roll Call’ but after that brilliant first effort, the artist all but disappeared. Why? The Lady Vanishes explores the world of art and politics to examines the strange phenomenon of the “token”—the

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TGNQ Experiences of Campus Sexual Violence

This literature review offers an overview of research on transgender, genderqueer, non-conforming and questioning (TGNQ) students’ experiences of sexual violence on college campuses. In addition to synthesizing and critically assessing available data and knowledge on TGNQ students affected by campus sexual violence, it offers suggestions for future research, including important methodological and theoretical considerations. (Written

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Zipped Underwear Series – Ursula Oberhozer

Concordia’s undergraduate feminist art and art history magazine, Yiara, has posted about a powerful art series, created by Ursula Oberhozer, that addresses issues of sexual assault and a woman’s right to control over her own body.     Oberhozer says, “The drawings and the series of under-wears represent women’s right to decide when sexual intimacy is

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Press Release – Growth on the Horizon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ‘Growth on the Horizon’ Plants Seeds of Change at McGill University New student-led project addresses sexual assault on Montreal campuses through art MONTREAL, March 12, 2018—On March 22, the Arts Building Lobby at the heart of McGill University will bustle with students, faculty, staff, and administrators attending the launch of Growth on

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Get to the Pointe! Sexual Health Initiative for Youth

The Preventing Cyberviolence team partnered up with a sexual health initiative for youth in Montreal’s South West, Get to the Pointe! (GTTP). Through ths youth-led initiative, we had the pleasure to forge relationships with three high schools, two community organisations and, most importantly, young people connected to these settings. Working intimately with young people, our

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