Start Time: 12:00 pm
End Time: 4:00 pm
Address: 170 Booth Street (a Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation building)
RSVP: Click here.
Join fellow Ottawa WAM!mers for a dynamic workshop featuring interactive presentations on the “how to’s” of feminist media activism. Presenters will provide workshops on media making strategies, social media campaigns, and making space for feminist voices in mainstream media.
- Amanda Watson – a savvy feminist Op-Ed writer for the Ottawa Citizen and blogger
- Rosella Chibambo – feminist media activist and video-making expert from Media Action and REPRESENT.
- Dillon Black – Social Media guru, community activist, and creator of a new anti-violence mobile App
- Specs & Veil Productions -media activists, video producers, and creators of “Somali Problems”
- Families of Sisters in Spirit – grassroots activists using social media to connect families demanding justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
WE WELCOME PARTICIPANTS OF ALL GENDER IDENTITIES. RSVP on Facebook to get more details as they come!
Presenters will provide workshops on media making strategies, social media campaigns, and making space for feminist voices in mainstream media.
WAM! Ottawa is all about sharing knowledge and building a strong feminist media community in Ottawa so come out and encourage more feminists (like yourself!) to take part in media activism in the Ottawa area.
Can’t participate in person? Follow us on Twitter @wamottawa #Media4Femmies
WAM! Ottawa works to connect and support media critics and makers, activists, academics, and funders working to advance the participation, ownership, and representation of marginalized communities.
WAM! Ottawa operates under anti-oppression values. What this means: WAM! Ottawa is intergenerational, anti-racist, anti-colonialism and anti-imperialist, pro-economic-justice, trans-welcoming, queer-friendly, pro-immigrant, anti-abelist, sex-worker friendly, interfaith, and supports size diversity.
WAM! Ottawa is located within unceded Algonquin territory. We stand in solidarity with Indigenous people’s territorial and cultural rights.
This event is part of WAM! It Yourself 2013, a multi-city event by Women, Action & the Media. For more information about events happening in Ottawa and all over the world, check back here or email Alanna.