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Journalists for Human Rights

Journalists for Human Rights is a leading media development organization that trains and engages local journalists, media outlets, civil society organizations and other relevant stakeholders to strengthen and improve human rights coverage in local contexts. This grant supported the Anti-Harrasment and Threat Mitigation in Canadian Media project.


Independent Media Producers Association of Creative Talent / L’Association des producteur.trice.s de talents cinématographiques des médias indépendants (IMPACT-APTCMI) is a national, member-based not-for-profit organization that combats systemic and anti-Black racism to help create fair, equitable and truly representative film, tv, digital media, and music industries. This grant supported a producer training program.

Black Screen Office

The Black Screen Office is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to support the development, production and distribution of Black screen-based content around the globe. This grant supported BSO programming.

Indigenous Heritage Circle (via National Trust of Canada)

National Trust for Canada is an independent national charity that empowers communities to save and renew heritage places. This grant supported the Indigenous Heritage Circle through their trustee partner, the National Trust for Canada, to host the Indigenous Heritage Circle Gathering at the National Trust for Canada Annual Conference.

Copper Quartz Media

Copper Quartz Media is a Northern-based film, television and digital media company that specializes in remote locations and untold stories. This grant supported the “Food For The Rest of Us” impact campaign.

Volcano Non-Profit Productions Inc.

Volcano is a Toronto-based performance company that creates work experimentally, collaboratively, and with an eye to transcending borders of all kinds – international, artistic, and cultural. This grant supported a reimagining of Scott Joplin’s Treemonisha.


IndigiNews aims to provide digital journalism driven by Indigenous communities’ needs, while contributing to the long-term sustainability of independent Indigenous-centred media. This grant supported the hiring of an Indigenous editor position.

Toronto Ward Museum

The Toronto Ward Museum is a community-engaged museum that facilitates the preservation and sharing of personal stories of migrants in Toronto’s history. This grant supported the “Block by Block” project.

Loaded Pictures

Loaded Pictures is dynamic film company that has a history of making excellent political and social documentaries and films. This grant supported “The Mosque” impact campaign.