West Coast LEAF, a partner on the iMPACTS Project, has released a social media toolkit featuring eight images to raise awareness about gender justice. Working with community partners at PACE Society, Urban Native Youth Association, and the Coalition Against Trans Antagonism, they created images from their BC Gender Equality Report Card 2019/2020. The illustrations, made by Sam Bradd of Drawing Change, depict messages on a variety of gender-justice topics, including community safety, fair and equal pay, gender-affirming care, and reproductive choice.
West Coast LEAF has made it easy to share this content by providing high-resolution images suitable for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. They have also provided text that you can copy and paste into your social media channels to share the messages and help raise awareness.
You can access the toolkit here and the social media images here. To learn more about West Coast LEAF's Social Media Toolkit, click here.