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Hi, I’m Rebecca Woodmass.

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I’m the founder of Quill.

I’m a cis, white, queer, feminist classical singer,

web designer and developer, radical business strategist, and writer,

based in tio’tia:ke/Montreal, on colonized Kanien’kehá:ka territory.

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This is a space for us to support each other in self-actualization (finding *my* voice).
This is a space for us to form a community of solidarity, to claim space in society that rejects the existence and value of our identities (finding *our* voice).
By doing this, we hope to re-appropriate material conditions that have been withheld from us as women, queer folks, trans* folks, disabled folks, oppressed folks of all kinds.

 

We are here, together, for voice, freedom and justice.

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[title above=”PODCAST” h1=”false” center=”true”]Interviews with artists, activists and entrepreneurs that are changing their world.[/title]

Listen to the Podcast

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[title above=”ARTICLES” h1=”false” center=”true”]Articles that struggle with and celebrate the issues that face marginalized folks, artists, activists, and entrepreneurs.[/title]

Visit the Blog

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[title above=”WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT” h1=”false” center=”true”]Web Design and Development for your project on a sliding scale, as well as help with your business strategy. Everything from social media, email, and organization, to accounting and content creation.[/title]

Web Design and Development

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[title above=”COMMUNITY” h1=”false” center=”true”]The Facebook group is a community of other feminist and marginalized folks that believe in art as activism, activism as art, radical entrepreneurship, and that it’s time for all of our voices to sing powerfully into this world.[/title]

Join the Facebook Group

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[title above=”COMING SOON” h1=”false” center=”true”]Radical Business Directory: Searchable by location (including online-only businesses and artists), queer-, women-, and POC-owned, and by category.[/title]
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Thank-you for showing up, every day. I’m glad you found Quill.

Freedom and Justice,

Rebecca

rebecca@quillcreatelive.com

  

P. S. This project couldn’t have spread its wings without the support, assistance, and love of Sara Ptak, Jen KruidbosEmily CampbellAthena Holmes, Jay Shea, Diana Sutherland, Sabine Grutter, Mandy Rae Perry, Leona Woodmass, Laurie Damme-Gonneville, François Dubé, arts letters & numbers (especially Che Perez and Frida Foberg), Vanessa Dorvily, Kelly Longman, (and now some people I hope to meet one day) Danielle LaporteKate NorthrupJulia CameronTara BrachCindy Gallop, and Mary Oliver, as well as the writers at Everyday Feminism. You all contributed in different but pivotal ways, and I thank-you from the deepest part of my heart.

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