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Canadian Journalists of Colour

Canadian Journalists of Colour is a community of Indigenous, Black and People of Colour media workers across Canada. CJOC offers a supportive environment for journalists of colour to engage and discuss the journalism industry. This grant supported the RISE Conference.

Woodland Cultural Centre

The Woodland Cultural Centre serves to preserve, promote and strengthen Indigenous language, culture, art and history; bringing the story of the Hodinohsho:ni people of the Eastern Woodlands to life through innovative exhibitions and programs. This grant supported the Save the Evidence campaign.

Hot Docs

Hot Docs is not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing and celebrating the art of documentary and creating production opportunities for documentary filmmakers. This grant supported the Podcast Festival and BIPOC Fellowship program.

Indigenous 150+

Indigenous 150+ is dedicated to celebrating First Nations, Métis and Inuit voices and includes a podcast series and media training programs focused on career development for Indigenous youth and emerging creatives. This grant supported the Indigenous Youth Ambassador program.

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.

Inner Vision Productions Inc.

This grant supported a virtual writer’s room training bootcamp for six participants from BIPOC and under-represented communities in Canada.

Hello Cool World Media

Hello Cool World Media is an award-winning full service creative & digital agency that works internationally in the areas of health and wellness, harm reduction and social justice. This grant supported the “HIV: Healing Inner Voices” impact campaign.

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 a French online webinar.

Story Money Impact

Story Money Impact is a registered charity that creates positive change through active engagement of courageous filmmakers to refine and amplify their messages for systemic change through impact strategy, education, and partnerships with constituents. This grant supported the SMI Pod Program.

Indigenous Screen Office

The Indigenous Screen Office is an independent national advocacy and funding organization serving First Nations, Inuit and Métis creators of screen content in Canada. This grant supported the On-Screen Pathways & Protocols guide.