THE INCLUSION REVOLUTION CHALLENGE
Enter to Win a Holiday Lifestyle Prize Pack

MODECANADAROCKS invites you to participate in the MY INCLUSION REVOLUTION CHALLENGE for your chance to win a #holiday prize pack of lifestyle products from our partners Brill Communications, Melani Beauty, an online feature story in HOLR Magazine  PLUS one collectible print copy of HOLR Magazine, signed by Alicia Keys. All you have to do is share on Instagram what Inclusion Revolution means to YOU.

To participate, please follow these four simple steps:

  1. Select one of the Inclusion Revolution Filters from the MODECANADAROCKS Instagram profile and save it to your Instagram camera.
  2. Shoot your own 1 minute video using the Inclusion Revolution Filter, sharing your thoughts and ideas on how we can keep the revolution of inclusion going.
  3. Be sure to add the hashtags #myinclusionrevolution #modecanadarocks and tag @modecanadarocks.
  4. Then post your video to your Instagram Stories.

Follow @modecanadarocks on Instagram.

To claim your prize you’ll need to answer a skill-testing question so make sure you’ve watched THE INCLUSION REVOLUTION CONVERSATION, Paerts I and II on MODECANADAROCKS’ IGTV. For full contest rules click below.

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THE CONVERSATION
Our Esteemed INCLUSION REVOLUTION(ISTS)

MODECANADAROCKS in partnership with HOLR Magazineand The City of Torontopresent INCLUSION REVOLUTION: A discourse on the importance IBPOC voices in fashion, design, culture and media– the second in a series of digital events, featuring 9 of Canada’s top business and creative Inclusion Revolutionists who will share and explore initiatives that generate equitable opportunities so all BIPOC creatives can self-express within their unique creative disciplines.

INCLUSION REVOLUTION will serve as a significant reference tool that will invite consumers and industry to recognize, encourage and support BIPOC success and to become Inclusion Revolutionists themselves.

Click HERE to watch on YouTube.

Please scroll down to learn more about out panelists…

Paulo Leon
Paulo LeonBrand Strategist and Creative Collaborator
Originally from Brazil, brand strategist Paulo Leone has worked at some of the top Canadian ad agencies, including Publicis and Cossette, and has developed strategies for not only heavy weight marketers like Rogers, McDonald’s, Labatt, CIBC, Chrysler, and Canada Post, but also category disruptors like Sonnet, HYR, Salesforce, and Casper.
Sage Paul
Sage PaulFounding Artistic Director, Indigenous Fashion Week
Sage Paul is an urban Denesuliné woman based in Toronto and a member of English River First Nation. Her ethos centres family, sovereignty and resistance for balance. Sage is the Artistic Director of Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto, which she also co-founded. She has been instrumental in establishing and leading projects for Indigenous artists working in fashion, craft and textiles through several projects.
Dahabo Ahmed-Omer
Dahabo Ahmed-OmerExecutive Director, Black North Initiative
(to come)
Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall
Elizabeth (Dori) TunstallDean, Faculty of Design at OCAD University
Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall is a design anthropologist, public intellectual, and design advocate who works at the intersections of critical theory, culture, and design. As Dean of Design at Ontario College of Art and Design University, she is the first black and black female dean of a faculty of design. Industry positions included UX strategists for Sapient Corporation and Arc Worldwide. Dori holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Stanford University and a BA in Anthropology from Bryn Mawr College.
Anjli Patel
Anjli PatelModerator | Lawyer & Trademark Agent
Anjli Patel has devoted her legal practice to helping independent designers understand their rights, know their worth, and navigate all areas of the law that impact their fashion business, including contract, employment, and intellectual property.
Bernadette Morra
Bernadette MorraEditor-in-Chief, FASHION Canada
In February 2020, FASHION magazine Editor-in-chief Bernadette Morra led the transformation of the magazine from a traditional women’s brand to one for all ages, sizes, genders, ethnicities and orientations. FASHION now actively pursues BIPOC contributors, and new content includes Texture Talk, a regular column for afro-textured hair.
Len D. Henry
Len D. HenryCEO, Delectant Media Inc. | Founder, MODECANADAROCKS
Henry is an award-winning forerunner in converging motion, narrative and music, creating unique promotions for Blue chip brands worldwide. He founded MODECANADAROCKS to unite his expanding network in philanthropic opportunities to GIVE BACK.
Susan Keiko Langdon
Susan Keiko LangdonExecutive Director, The Toronto Fashion Incubator
Susan Keiko Langdon is the Executive Director of the award-winning non-profit organization, the Toronto Fashion Incubator (TFI), the world’s first fashion incubator. For over a quarter-century, Susan has served as an enthusiastic, dedicated and tireless promoter of the Canadian fashion industry. She is known for her inspirational leadership and her ability to foster talent and innovation most notably by generously giving her time to mentor many of this country’s most successful designers and entrepreneurs and by initiating programs and opportunities at home and abroad that celebrate and empower Canadian youth.
Riley Kucheran
Riley KucheranAssistant Professor, Ryerson University School of Fashion
Riley Kucheran is an Assistant Professor of Design Leadership at Ryerson University’s School of Fashion. As an Indigenous fashion researcher he supports the global movement towards cultural and economic resurgence. With experience in fashion retail and entrepreneurship he draws on Indigenous theory to propose that fashion is a powerful tool for decolonization. He is a member of Biigtigong Nishnaabeg.
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