• Young students with teachers holding up feminism projects
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    Bringing Feminism to the Classroom

    Stephanie Fearon reflects on developing feminist curriculum and using the arts to help students identify the strong women leaders and feminists in their communities.

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    Sisters in the Struggle

    Angelique Cancino-Thompson considers how microaggressions affect women teachers, particularly those who are racialized, and what we can all do about it.

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    Teaching About Consent with #MeToo

    Sarah-Jane Wells writes about the impact of the #MeToo movement on her students and on the ways in which we think and talk about consent.

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Kedisha Allen and April Elliott standing together

Izida Zorde in conversation with ETFO members Kedisha Allen and April Elliott.

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Creating networks of solidarity and empowerment.

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By Sam Hammond

Every year, Voice publishes a women’s issue focussed on the politics and intersections of feminism, equity and women’s leadership. I am so proud to be part of an organization that does this work.

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By Sharon O’Halloran

This issue of the magazine reminds us of the work we do in our classrooms and communities every day for equity, and of the tremendous amount of work that has yet to be done.

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By Izida Zorde

The summer issue of Voice is our women’s issue, an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of our women’s programs and our women members.

Spotlight

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By ETFO Voice

Voice has been awarded the Canadian Association of Labour Media’s 2018 Katie FitzRandolph Award for best regular print publication.

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By Mandi Hardy

The point of talking about privilege is not to make people feel bad, or guilty; it is that recognizing privilege is the only hope we have of breaking down the system to make it fairer for everyone.

Aboriginal community members marching down street
By Rachel Mishenene

On June 1, 2008, just days before the Prime Minister’s public apology to residential school survivors and their families and communities, the Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was established.