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We offer our clients the ability to connect with the communities they intend to portray in their films or media campaigns, in order to assure that such portrayals are not only ethical but beneficial to the community at hand. Both popular media and educational media significantly impacts how we perceive particular communities who have been historically oppressed, depending on the narratives addressing such populations. In Western contexts, such communities include immigrants and refugees, people of colour and more specifically, Black communities, Asian communities, Arab populations, Indigenous populations, Muslim communities as well as queer and trans folks and disabled folks, among other groups. Just as intimacy coordinators have become the standard for intimacy scenes, historically marginalized communities need to be represented with consultants at all stages of a production in order to assure ethical and beneficial work is taking place to uplift those from underrepresented communities.

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We engage in ongoing advocacy work through our in-person and virtual events, social media campaigns, our blog page and video series, as well as our speaking engagements.