On January 11, 2017, a few dozen people joined us at Café Sfouf for a cosy salon-style discussion about the effects of self-censorship on the personal and professional lives of women every day.
The live podcast event was organized in partnership with Imago Theatre, in conjunction with its 2017 production of Intractable Woman. Our host Rebecca Munroe, along with our esteemed panelists, Dominique Pirolo, Tracey Steer and Christina Vroom, talked about their experiences and lessons learnt before we facilitated an audience talkback.
If you couldn’t be with us in person, Part I of the podcast features the panel talk. Since we decided not to record the talkback (to encourage everyone to be more open), we recorded an interview with Sharon Renold, freelance journalist and student at Concordia University, to give you a flavour of what happened during the second half. You can find that in Part II of the podcast.
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