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Being Whole

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a guest post from Julie Rage Lalonde, originally posted as a Facebook note Being Whole   Anyone who knows me well knows that I am an intense person, yes, but I laugh at funerals, use sarcasm when I probably shouldn’t and really do believe in a silver lining. If you know me well you also […]

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Raewyn Connell, an Australian academic who specializes in social constructions of masculinity, brought her wealth of knowledge to Canada to talk about the state of gender equity. — (video interview embedded at the bottom of this article, or on youtube here) — As one of four speakers on the “Breaking Barriers” plenary at last month’s […]

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I happened upon Edyta Just near the end of the third day of Women’s Worlds 2011 in July, in the hall where she was sitting at a table with books from the European ATGENDER association. She was presenting at the conference the next day, on a panel entitled, “Teaching with Gender: Asian and European Perspectives.” […]

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Her latest album, “At Last” with producer MoSS, was nominated for a Juno and has made the long-list for the 2011 Polaris Prize. She’s performing in Ottawa this coming Thursday July 7th as part of the international Women’s Worlds 2011 conference www.womensworlds.ca See my article from apt613.ca – “Eternia one of many strong voices at […]

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