FolkWoman Publishing Projects
Flagship Publication: Rabble Rouser
Ongoing Publishing: local authors & multi-media artists. Collaborations and projects from Indigenous, disadvantaged, disabled, differently-abled, neurodiverse, or just general creative folk, are welcome.
Phase 1 - RabbleRouser.ca
Online platform of local content, contributors, authors, photographers and other makers. Organizing & creating a regular routine and schedule of content delivery. May be necessary to meet in person.
Amanda Ramsay, as Publisher, is available to professionally assist collaborators and contributors. How? Through mentoring. Through business & content workshops. through collaborating with other RabbleWhoRouse to build a collaborator's own branding, copy and editorial calendar. Even just sitting beside you sometimes when we need it comes with membership in this inclusive group.
Phase 2 - Rabble Rouser, A Community Magazine
A quality Print Magazine that is advertising-FREE:
Kitselas Nation would have a full page for community bulletins and information. FREE!
Kitsumkalum Nation would have a full page for community bulletins and information. FREE!
Coast Mountains School District #82 would have a full page for community bulletins and information. FREE!
I would welcome a half-page intro from the communications department from the City of Terrace for community announcements and operational information such as: disposal days, City events, and legal announcements.
Phase 3 - Rabble Boxes
International subscription box(es) representing our area. Featuring products and items made by local artists, collaborators and partners of Rabble Rouser: Rabble Who Rouse.
Rabble Rouser, as a collective, would help local artists and makers build a community subscription box and manage the labour and creative tasks among a group of remarkable artists.
FolkWoman Enterprises hopes to build a community who want to empower and mentor each other, find support, and find help doing tasks (like branding or marketing) as part of their collective commitment to each other.
FolkWoman Enterprises' Projects
Status: Currently in Research & Development
Description: a project that will use restorative justice models, nurturance models and a multi-disciplinary and "community" approach to creating new cultural modalities around personal & social responsibility from a secular-ethical but multi-cultural & multi-disciplined inclusion-based approach.
Forest Folk & Guardian Folk
Status: Currently in Development & Writing
Description: a two-pronged approach to building autonomous learners and leaders through open-source and discovery-based learning of survival and bush-craft skills. Open to all, it will deliver multi-level curriculum through the participation of all ages and skill levels and empower youth to build relationships with people of all ages, as adults learn to build fires next to youth, or as youth teach adults their own skills.