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ENHANCING YOUR TOOLKIT: ADDRESSING ONLINE HARRASSMENT

ENHANCING YOUR TOOLKIT: ADDRESSING ONLINE HARRASSMENT

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Over the past year many people have been spending more time in virtual spaces. With the rise of online harassment during the pandemic this panel conversation offers enhanced tools and resources to the music community to spot and reduce harassment in traditional and non-traditional, music work spaces.

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Moderator – Miranda Mullholland, Creative Culture Advisor, Music Canada
Keziah Myers, Executive Director, ADVANCE
Claire Hayek, Singer/Songwriter/Producer, Author & Team-Building Leader
Domanique Grant, Singer/Songwriter & Creator
Feras Ismail, Detective Sergeant, Community Engagement Peel Police
Holly Faulkner, Detective Constable, Community Engagement Peel Police

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RBC® is proud to support Canadian talent through our Emerging Artists Project in partnership with Canadian Music Week’s Virtual Voices Series.

Supporting the arts is a long-standing priority of RBC®. We recognize the important role they play in building vibrant communities and strong economies. We also recognize the struggle many artists go through to gain the recognition they need to become successful in their practice. The RBC Emerging Artists Project helps artists bridge the gap from emerging to established, and supports organizations that provide the best opportunities to advance artists’ careers.

The RBC Emerging Artist Project support results-driven programming to help artists bridge the gap from emerging to established, in the early stages of their career, by providing Networking, Training & Exposure to new/diverse audiences.

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