I’m Still Standing Series

Season 1 Finale of “I’m Still Standing” to Air on March 31, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO, ON (March 29, 2016)—“I’m Still Standing,” the 5 part documentary series introduced to us in January, is wrapping up their first season on March 31, 2016 with community champion and entrepreneur, Shereen Ashman as she revisits the location of her near death experience from gun violence.

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Jemila Jackson and “I’m Still Standing” Docudrama Series is Featured in ByBlacks Magazine

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO, CANADA – March 27, 2016 – Jemila Jackson, host and executive director of the docudrama, “I’m Still Standing,” has been featured in the prestigious online ByBlacks magazine where she discussed the series, the stories and the women behind them.

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Jemila Jackson Discusses I’m Still Standing Series on Women Unchained Radio

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO, ON (March 7, 2016)—Toronto Social Worker, Counsellor and blogger Jemila Jackson was recently a guest on Women Unchained Radio with Sherika Powell to talk about her I’m Still Standing docu-series which features 5 women telling their stories of overcoming challenging circumstances.

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Toronto Social Worker Releases “I’m Still Standing” Series

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TORONTO, ON (January 22, 2016)—Jemila Jackson, a Toronto Social Worker, Counsellor and Blogger has released the pilot to her 5-part docu-series “I’m Still Standing” that features five women sharing their incredible stories of overcoming adversity and exhibiting courage to attain success. Jackson is the executive director, host, and featured subject in episode 1 which aired on Jan. 21, 2016 on youtube.com/jemilajackson

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Why I’m Always Going to Practice Public Relations

There are a lot of functions in the world of Public Relations, but the part I love the most is using my gift of writing to tell stories. Along my PR journey, I have been blessed with the opportunity to work and walk with she-warriors; women who have lived through depression, bullying, rape, abortion, physical and sexual abuse, homelessness and poverty and being held at gun point. I have literally shed tears over their heart breaking stories and I can not fathom the thought of having to live through any one of those experiences; where many of these women have …

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