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All Asian women suffer the repercussions of racist and misogynistic stereotyping of Asian women.

By Dahye
March 27, 2021

COVID-19 did not create the struggles women are currently facing, but highlighted and exasperated their existing struggles. On this episode, 3 feminists groups share the barriers women faced during the pandemic, from the perspective of women in prison, women working in the domestic and caregiving field, as well as women escaping male violence.
This episode features:
- Julie Diesta and Lotis Caluza from the Vancouver Committee for Domestic Workers' and Caregivers' Rights
- Alia Perini and Candice Pilgrim from Strength in Sisterhood (Advocates for incarcerated women)
- Sonam Khangura and Hilla Kerner from Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter

September 13, 2020

We commend you for revealing yourself as a woman who has resisted and survived male violence as an act of solidarity with other women.

By Vancouver Rape Relief Collective
June 12, 2020
By Pam Rubin, Lucille Harper, Tara Reddick, Linda MacDonald, Jeanne Sarson, Bernadette MacDonald, and Johannah May Black
April 24, 2020

They say feminist struggles have made great steps forward. But we are still being murdered. They say now women have more voice. But we are still being murdered. They say women are now taken into account. But we are still being murdered.

By Zapatista Women
January 29, 2020

​The lyrics remind us that we often face the hardships of being a woman alone. Let’s use that understanding, born from difficulty, to offer sisterhood to other women, when we see them in need.

2019

Rob Vagramov, the mayor of Port Moody, was charged with sexual assault in March of this year.

By Sophia Hladik
September 17, 2019

On May 10, 2019, Elizabeth Fry Societies across Canada joined together to demand that the government #EndStripSearching in women’s prisons.

By Laurel McBride
June 27, 2019

A new program is needed to ensure women who migrate to Canada to provide necessary care work for children, the elderly, and the sick are able to secure status with their families and live lives without exploitation.

By Karla Gjini
November 19, 2018

Last Saturday, hundreds gathered on traditional Tsleil-Watuth territory to show their love of the land and sea.

By Karla Gjini
July 19, 2018

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