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Giselle General is our Edmonton City Council Insider

Edmonton City Council Update with Giselle General

the Anti-Racism Advisory Committee: the goal of the committee with 12 members is to make recommendations to council through reports on community based issues, continue awareness and dialogue on anti-racism, and recommend funding allocations on initiatives that address racially motivated hate.

For the Anti Racism Advisory Committee just like many of the ABCs, recruitment of members happens in the beginning of the year where people from all walks of life can apply.

Monica Bassili

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: An Introduction to Genocide

This narrative of Canada is manufactured for good reason, no sovereign nation would willingly admit to ongoing genocide against Indigenous Peoples, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis, which especially targets women, girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA people. Without genuine and persistent accountability by provincial and federal governments, there will be no justice for Indigenous peoples.

Harassment Against Racialized, Muslim Women

Provincial, municipal, and federal governments have failed to advocate against gender-based violence against religious and ethnic minorities. Missing from national media and feminist organizations are efforts to bring awareness and support to violence against women, including intersections of racial and religious conflict. These intersectional lenses, unfortunately, are not appealing to Albertans and Canadians experiencing post 9/11 impacts. Canada’s no-fly list disrupted and traumatized Arabs across Canada and reflected the country’s intense political will to enforce institutional racism blatantly.

Ladies Corner Magazine Fall Edition

Ladies Corner Magazine Causes Ripples

Features in this edition include, a main piece which focusses on the economic recovery made by the UCP government in Alberta, seniors and their finances, Black Canadian Businesses in Action,  Racial Inequality and Black Economic Reset by Sharif Haji, the Executive Director of Africa Centre and more. At LCCMedia, we pride ourselves in covering issues that are relatable and tangible in the community. Whilst are seen in some circles as academic, we hope to bring you features on beauty, fashion and holistic wellbeing. 

To every Canadian woman, we are your voice.

Monica Bassili

Women and the Monstrous Menstruation Cycle

Isolation is a significant outcome of period misinformation and lack of resources. Rather than going to work, school, or community and social events, women are forced to isolate themselves due to a lack of menstrual products or knowledge of managing menstruation. In addition, community initiatives and organizations pursuing equality in products provided to women often fall short of concrete policy. 

Business Woman of the Week | Annie from Estrada Fitness

I am the founder and creator of Estrada Fitness! I have been a Fitness and Nutritional coach since 2011 and have helped hundreds of people like you, transform their lives by giving them the fundamentals needed to live a fit, healthy and happy life. I offer many personal training services from; in person to virtual one on one to Bootcamps, workout & nutrition programming!

Panel with Business Leaders in Edmonton, Calgary and Ontario

Every month, for LCCMedia, Mary Thomas hosts a panel around issues going on in the community. Business Leaders were joined in an indepth conversation about doing business during and after the pandemic in the August Panel. Even though each business is different and unique, every business left the pandemic either better or worse.  

This panel discussion was very robust because the business leaders came to it from very different but relevant perspectives. The panelists were Deborah Cox, the CEO of Microbusiness, Yinka Oladele, the first black owner of a UPS store in Calgary and Sharon Njobo, the CEO of 

Nominate a Woman a Day with Katie Stanners | Top 100 Women in Canada

I think there is a lot of negativity out there in social media land. Feels like a lot of people competing with each other and I wanted to be apart of the woman a day project because I wanted to spread positivity and inspire others. Creating a network and community of inspirational women doing great things in our community. A place where we can celebrate our victories together, champion each other and lift each other up. A network of amazing women that supports each other. Women supporting women is a beautiful thing. I also am a huge believer in supporting local businesses so it’s a great way to showcase some female run companies/businesses in our area.

Yaa Serwaa Somuah

Edmonton’s Top Immigrant Writer Yaa Serwaa Somuah talks to LCCMedia

My desire for writing started when I was a teenager growing up in a small village in the  eastern part of Ghana. At the time there was only one primary and Middle school in the  village owned by the Catholic mission. The very first piece I wrote was a poem titled Mama. I was inspired to write that poem when my mom insulted my best friend Kofi, accusing him  of having sexual affair with me which was not true. Since then, I have written many more  poems, drama, inspirational and children’s stories. I must say that growing up as an African  child with a strong background in oral tradition, I tell more stories than those that have  found themselves on prints and online platforms. 

Samira Hamana

Top 100 Women In Canada – Samira Hamana Launches Two Books

Samira Hamana is a woman that wears many hats. She is an author, certified life and business coach, HR professional, Educator, and Designer. She is a business case award-winning, nominated as muslimah of the year ,and Amazon influencer. Samira Hamana is very active in her community and she is serving on several not-for-profit boards. She is a passionate advocate for anti-bullying and domestic violence survivors.

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