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Outside the March

Outside the March is an immersive theatre company that redefines the experience of theatre for a new generation of audiences. This grant supported the video game adaptation of their live immersive production, “No Save Points.”

Canadian Association of Black Journalists

Founded in 1996, Canadian Association of Black Journalists (CABJ) strives to advance the work of Black journalists and media professionals in Canada. This grant supported CABJ host an event to honour Mary Ann Shadd Cary’s legacy and its implications for the future of Canadian journalism.

Yellowhead Institute

Yellowhead Institute is an Indigenous-led research and education centre based in the Faculty of Arts at Toronto Metropolitan University. This grant supported the Yellowhead Institute Red Papers, a project that follows the tradition of agenda-making reports by Indigenous people that contribute to important conversations within and outside their communities.

No Visible Trauma

No Visible Trauma is a documentary film that investigates police brutality and accountability in Calgary, Canada. This grant supported an impact campaign around the film, which included film screenings at post-secondary classrooms and community groups across Canada followed by panel discussions.

We Are The Medium

We Are The Medium is a creative and culture agency dedicated to consultancy and communication through video, music, print and visual arts. This grant supported a series of conversations with key Muslim and BIPOC thinkers, content creators, and artists at the Libraire MAKTABA Bookshop.

Humber College StoryLab

Humber College’s StoryLab was created to bridge the innovation gap between education and industry in the fields of journalism, data science and storytelling writ large. This grant supported the “Surviving Hate” project, a collaborative journalism project to fill the data gap on the reporting of hate crimes and incidents in Canada, with a focus on … Continued

Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week

Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week (VIFW) highlights how fashion can become a powerful tool for the cultivation of strength and resiliency in Indigenous communities, as well as a vehicle for understanding and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. This grant supported the 2022 edition of VIFW.

The Tyee

The Tyee is an independent, online news magazine from British Columbia devoted to fact-driven stories, reporting and analysis that informs and enlivens our democratic conversation. This grant supported Spotlight: Child Welfare, a collaborative journalism project that brings together journalists and people with lived experience of the so-called “child welfare” system.

Indigenous Heritage Circle (via National Trust of Canada)

The Indigenous Heritage Circle is an Indigenous-designed and Indigenous-led organization dedicated to the advancement of cultural heritage priorities that are of importance to Métis, Inuit, and First Nations Peoples in Canada. This grant supported supported a Indigenous Heritage Circle (IHC) gathering at National Trust’s Annual Conference to discuss Parks Canada’s new report, Indigenous Heritage, and … Continued

Outside the March

Outside the March is an immersive theatre company that redefines the experience of theatre for a new generation of audiences. This grant supported “The Pop-Up Experience” project.