A.M. is a mental health and housing case manager and advocate, organic gardener and permaculturalist, A.M. has been a proud community contributor on several Red Dress Productions projects.
Chris is an LGBTQ (spectrum) parenting advocate, researcher, and programs coordinator working in downtown Toronto, Chris has been an enthusiastic community contributor on several Red Dress Productions projects.
JP is coordinator of the School of Labour at George Brown College, a long-time social activist, and vice-chair of the OPSEU Divisional Executive for the Colleges of Applied Arts & Technology–Academic. An experienced educator and steward, JP is committed to bringing a socially progressive labour perspective to students and workers through workshops, training, and community events. JP has been a community contributor on several Red Dress Productions projects.
Margaret is a social justice activist and educator who has worked in women’s shelters and rape crisis services for over 20 years. A racialized, Indigenous, queer, two-spirit person, she has spent many years actively pursuing opportunities to build an intersectional, anti-oppression analysis, which she shares through the development of programs, policies, curriculum and training. She teaches in the Assaulted Women & Children’s Counselor/Advocate Program at George Brown College.
Tariq has been a graphic designer and illustrator since the early 1990s, working primarily with non-profits and arts organizations. He has also worked for many years as a researcher in the area of post-secondary education, and most recently he has been developing and designing educational material related to justice and legal rights for youth.