Live Class for Online Creators & Business Owners
5 Common Content Mistakes you're making that aren't actually inclusive.

Learn how to share content in an inclusive method without the performative tactics and show up as an active ally online.

Sign up for the FREE live 60-minute Class on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at 5:30 EST. 

In this class, you will learn:

Why prioritizing inclusive language is important, especially online
The key difference between people & brands that learn from their mistakes and those that don’t
Real-life examples of how this shows up in your content AND in your action
How to make your online content truly reflect the inclusive values of you and your brand
Why prioritizing inclusive language is important, especially online
The key difference between people & brands that learn from their mistakes and those that don’t
Real-life examples of how this shows up in your content AND in your action
How to make your online content truly reflect the inclusive values of you and your brand

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This is a must-attend if...
In the last couple years, awareness of marginalized injustices opened you up to this journey of unlearning...

Or maybe, you have been showing up as an ally online for a while, and yet there are still moments when you’re afraid of getting it wrong...

Or perhaps, you’re committed to make true inclusivity a cornerstone of your work and are looking to continue and further your education in this space.
 In the last couple years, awareness of marginalized injustices opened you up to this journey of unlearning...

 Or maybe, you have been showing up as an ally online for a while, and yet there are still moments when you’re afraid of getting it wrong...

 Or perhaps, you’re committed to make ‘inclusivity’ a cornerstone of your business and are looking to continue and further your education in this space.
A note from Jenny Jay

I’m Jenny Jay, and just like you, I’ve been on a long journey of learning, seeking education, and growing to be a better person each and every day.

When I first started my studies in gender & anti-racism education in 2014, I was disappointed — but it wasn’t with the amount of information.

Instead, it was by how inaccessible the language and delivery of information was — because, for starters, these conversations were more often than not, classic, with language that is only made for people who have gone through post-secondary or academic education.

And none of it was practical.

As a storyteller and creator, all of my education in anti-racism, accessibility, and inclusion over the last 6 years have become integral to the content that I write, create, and share. Add that to my lived experiences as a south asian woman with experiences with in/visible disability, living unhoused and without financial security, and existing in my other identities, I recognize the difference it makes when content is created in a way that recognizes you and validates your experiences.

Together, I truly believe we can make spaces — especially online, spaces for change.

Because now more than ever, this is important.

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I’m Jenny Jay, and just like you, I’ve been on a long journey of learning, seeking education, and growing to be a better person each and every day.

When I first started my studies in gender & anti-racism education in 2014, I was disappointed — but it wasn’t with the amount of information.

Instead, it was by how inaccessible the language and delivery of information was — because, for starters, these conversations were more often than not, classic, with language that is only made for people who have gone through post-secondary or academic education.

And none of it was practical.

As a storyteller and creator, all of my education in anti-racism, accessibility, and inclusion over the last 6 years have become integral to the content that I write, create, and share. Add that to my lived experiences as a south asian woman with experiences with in/visible disability, living unhoused and without financial security, and existing in my other identities, I recognize the difference it makes when content is created in a way that recognizes you and validates your experiences.

Together, I truly believe we can make spaces — especially online, spaces for change.

Because now more than ever, this is important.

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