The photo campaign was a lot of fun to run! There was a lot of support and enthusiasm from students. We will definitely be running the campaign again next year!
This was our second year participating in this project and we split our photo shoots up over photographers different days with two different photographers. We had a great time on both days and were happy to see some
For the third year in a row, members of our law school community came together to share why we believe law needs feminism. Thirty-four participants’ photos make up UVic Law’s 2019 campaign run by FemLaw (the Feminist Law Students’ Association) and the sum is truly greater than its constituent parts: as a whole,
The Osgoode Feminist Collective is happy to take part in the LNFB campaign again to provide a platform for the diverse feminist voices at Osgoode. OFC remains committed to our mission to hold space for conversation and engagement on intersectionality and anti-oppression in
The photo campaign was an amazing experience for us. The shoot went smoothly, and we solicited participants by creating a FB event page and inviting students to sign up to a
The shoot went very well, we had a great turn out. We spread the word by sharing pictures from last years shoot and shared it through the various law school groups as well as word of mouth. We also offered for $5.00
My experience with the photo campaign was both inspirational and enlightening. We found participants by reaching out to friends, classmates and professors, as well as posting on Facebook. I was able to meet many
This year, Dalhousie’s portraits come from three locations. Katherine Nakaska brought her talents to the Dalhousie Legal Aid Service on January 31 and the Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law on February 6 to capture the