Amidst a global pandemic, Covid-19 has exacerbated inequities against marginalized groups and perpetuated the oppression and violence against womxn and girls worldwide. Through global social uprisings, we have witnessed how the diverse voices, narratives and resiliency of womxn worldwide are more important than ever to be centered within the process of re-designing and transforming a post Covid world.
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Wendy De Souza (she/her)
Public Educator & Speaker
Wendy De Souza is a cis Latinx woman with Indigenous ancestry from Brazil, born and raised in Toronto Canada. She brings over 9+ years as an experienced public educator, prolific speaker and community mobilizer bringing conversations around equity, inclusion and women's liberation to the forefront. As a facilitator, feminist and workshop developer, her work is rooted in decolonizing spaces and practices by working from an intersectional feminist lens and an anti-colonial/anti-oppressive framework. In her intergenerational and cross-sectoral collaborations with the Toronto District School Board, Human Rights Legal Support Centre (HRLSC) and Canadian Alliance of Student Associations, she has been recognized for her extraordinary commitment to using arts-based practices to foster individual transformation and systems change. Through an interactive and dynamic approach, Wendy's energy inspires us to consciously co-create the communities around us through self transformation and liberation.