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Why We Started A Podcast Company In A Pandemic with Media Girlfriends

Why We Started A Podcast Company In A Pandemic with Media Girlfriends

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What does it mean to bet on yourself? That's what Hannah Sung, Garvia Bailey, and Nana aba Duncan did when they started Media Girlfriends, a podcast production company led by women of colour working towards more inclusion, diversity and perspectives in media.
The Walrus Leadership Forum: Strengthening Canadian Journalism

The Walrus Leadership Forum: Strengthening Canadian Journalism

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Advancing representation and creating a culture of equity, inclusion and belonging
Voices for Change: Media’s Moment to Shine

Voices for Change: Media’s Moment to Shine

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The death of George Floyd ignited a reckoning across every facet of our society. In media, conversations about anti-Black racism have given weight and prominence to stagnant discussions about newsroom culture and composition—and the biases found in coverage of Black, Indigenous and people of colour. Is this the year meaningful change will finally happen?
Media Girlfriends garners huge support for women and non-binary creators
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Media Girlfriends garners huge support for women and non-binary creators

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Crowdfunding success for their first-ever scholarship shows how much people in Canada want new perspectives in media, says founder Nana aba Duncan
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