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Where racialized women are at the forefront of  health research
Our team is a creative bunch who believes that research should not sit on a shelf. Research data should translate into positive action for communities and this begins with accessible knowledge sharing. 
We use digital storytelling, art, toolkits, infographics, community gatherings and more to share the knowledge we collectively generate.
Learn more about our resources and new media here. 
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