Follow Friday: Some of our favourite Canadian Twitter perspectives on gender and the media

For your daily dose of media literacy and feminist media commentary, check out a few of our favourite Canadian Twitter accounts!

Who would you add to the list? Tweet us @RepresentMEdia

T Emma Wolley

We also recommend checking out Emma’s blog:

T Families of Sisters in Spirit

An incredible grassroots project supporting families of missing and murdered Indigenous Women.

T Jarrah Hodge

Jarrah is the founder and editor of award-winning Canadian Feminist blog Gender Focus.

T Jeff Perera

Follow Jeff for amazing insights on challenging conventional perspectives on masculinity and engaging men in efforts to end gender-based violence.

T Kim Crosby

Kim co-founded The People Project, “a movement of queer and trans folks of color and our allies, committed to individual and community empowerment through alternative education, activism and collaboration.”

T Layla Cameron

We LOVE Layla, REPRESENT.’s Project Assistant and all-around rad feminist.

T Media Action

Like the Media Action Facebook page for feminist media updates on your homepage.

T Nicole Belanger

Making sure women have the digital skills they need to make their own media, Nicole is a great source for women in tech updates!

T Shameless Mag

An incredible Canadian feminist magazine.

T Steph Gutherie

Steph is a social media activist and the founder and executive director of Women in Toronto Politics.

T Wam Ottawa

Canada’s newest WAM! chapter is bringing grassroots media activism to the capital.

T Represent

For more on the Canadian change-makers improving media representations of women in Canada, follow us! If you know of a Canadian game-changer we should be profiling, tweet at us!

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