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Not Over It, Not Fixed and Living a Life Worth Living: A Disability Justice View of Survivorhood  by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Not Over It, Not Fixed and Living a Life Worth Living: A Disability Justice View of Survivorhood

Not Over It, Not Fixed and Living a Life Worth Living: A Disability Justice View of Survivorhood

Recently I was auditioning a new therapist, who asked me, in all sincerity during the intake, if I thought the therapy I’d gotten in my 20s had “resolved my childhood sexual abuse.” 


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Tuning in to Time's Up  by Cindy Filipenko
Tuning in to Time's Up

Tuning in to Time's Up

Before there was Time’s Up, the U.S. movement addressing gender inequality in the entertainment industry, Across the Board had begun its campaign for greater gender parity in the Canadian music industry.

Founded in the spring of 2017 by music industry veterans Joanne Setterington and Keely Kemp, Across the Board is pushing for half of all seats on the boards of critical Canadian music organizations to be filled by women. After all, the music industry’s boards advocate on behalf of all artists, about half of whom are women.

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