In Huntsville, meeting at the Huntsville Place Mall at 12:30pm. We’ll have some speakers, including myself, some merch, and other goodies. Then we march to end the oppression of women and in solidarity with marginalized people.
Listen to this fantastic interview by Jo Jordon for Studio K! This is the third time I’ve had the opportunity to be interviewed by Jo. My first interview was about my volunteer work, and the second was with Kai and it centred on our trip to Iceland. She asks wonderful questions and always seems soContinue reading “Audio: Interview by Jo Jordon for Hunter’s Bay Radio – Writing and the 2018 Muskoka Novel Marathon”
This interview, of myself and my girlfriend Kai Rannik, was centred on our recent trip to Iceland. We talk about cheap flights, navigating Iceland, some culture and politics, and the awe-inspiring nature.
Read my letter to the editor in response to shoddy reporting and truly disturbing comments by a lawyer in a child sexual abuse case that closely parallels what I experienced.
Jo Jordon interviewed me on her show Studio K on Hunter’s Bay Radio. We talk about women’s liberation as the goal of feminism, providing platforms for women’s voices, and trauma inspiring activism.
Listen to my 15-minute interview with Christine Cowley! Christine is HBR’s ‘Storylines’ host. She is an incredibly dynamic, supportive, and interesting woman who contacted me as a fellow Muskoka Novel Writing Marathon marathoner and supporter of women and nature. I talk about the connection between backpacking, writing, and women’s liberation!
Watch a 7minute interview by Melissa Cilliers from CogecoTV Muskoa. She interviewed me about the upcoming Women’s Strike, which is a global event with countless local iterations. I am helping organize the rally that is taking place in Muskoka on March 8th 2017.
This video was created by Muskoka Parry Sound Sexual Assault Services. It is my voice reading my poem ‘Disclose.’ Thank you, MPSSAS, for creating this, and for providing the invaluable mentorship program. I am honoured to be a mentor and to have the opportunity to create this poem for the mentors.
It’s fascinating to be a part of a march so huge—you are immersed in your immediate surroundings, you can really only see and hear the nearest few hundred people. At the time we were told to anticipate 200,000 people, but to hear later the numbers had more than doubled to 500,000, and to see the photographs of a veritable sea of pink hats and protest signs, deeply humbled us. When we later learned women had marched on all seven continents, that we had joined the largest global protest in human history, we knew that the 31 cramped, antsy, and sleep-deprived hours on the bus had been worth it.