Because your entire community has a right to be included.
And chances are, there are opportunities for the spaces you build to be more accessible, inclusive and consciously informed.
You have an idea for a post, but you're not sure if it is your story to tell or if you'd be causing harm by doing so.
You want to create a post, but don't know how to ensure it is accessible so your entire audience is able to engage.
You’ve done the work and you understand that everyone has a part to play in dismantling the often racist, in-accessible and inequitable systems we live in — but how that shows up online feels like a daunting question mark.
Our media can radically shift our culture
— and that includes your content too.
Showing up on social media is hard enough as it is. Add the layer of making your online space inclusive and accessible for your community—while absolutely necessary—can take up more spoons and capacity without the right tools.
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This is for you if...
It's important to you that you create and foster an inclusive community online, but you struggle with the how, the language aspect, and the tangible action of it all.
You currently connect with your clients, community and team online or at events.
You are aware that there are gaps in being truly inclusive of all of the marginalized groups that exist, but you're not sure how to approach it.
You currently do not have resources to support socially conscious content best practices.
Creating Inclusive Spaces
90-Minute Live Workshop
In this pandemic world, it's important all of our spaces — digital, AND physical, honour the needs of our communities. Learn how to show up to create spaces for your community and team members in ways that prioritize inclusion and access.
*Available only with our Creating Inclusive Communities Bundle, once you've attended Part 1: Creating Inclusive Content.
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I’m Jenny Jay, and just like you, I’ve been on a long journey of learning, seeking education, and growing to be a better person each and every day.
When I first started my journey in gender & anti-racism education in 2014, I was disappointed — but it wasn’t with the amount of information.
Instead, it was by how inaccessible the language and delivery of information was — because, for starters, these conversations were more often than not, classist, with language that is only made for people who have gone through post-secondary or academic institutions.
And none of it was practical.
As a storyteller and creator, all of my education over the last 7 years has become integral to the content that I write, create, and share. Add that to my lived experiences as a South Asian woman with experiences with in/visible disability, living unhoused and without financial security, and existing in my other identities, I recognize the difference it makes when spaces are created in a way that recognizes you and validates your experiences.
Together, I truly believe we can make spaces — especially online, spaces for change.