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Woman-of-the-match Harmanpreet Kaur!!!

Harmanpreet scored a 31-ball 46 against Australia in January 2016 that brought home a record victory for India. Growing up in a remote village in Punjab, she says, “We (girls) would often have to play on the corner pitches because the boys got the main pitches”. It is not easy to become a cricketer in India if you’re a woman. Many were against her. But one man who stood tall by her side was her father. He continues to be her lifeline.
[This illustration is inspired by the following article sourced from:] #myfather#illustrations #Indian #cricket

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If you speak the truth I will stand by you

“If you speak the truth I will stand by you” – this saying from Sharmeen’s father always keeps her going. Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is a Pakistani journalist, activist and filmmaker. She is the first Pakistani to win an Academy Award and the first to win twice. #myfather #illustrations salutes this father-daughter duo. [source:]




Art for social change: how fathers can empower daughters

My Father illustrations” was recently featured by Canada’s SEE Change Magazine. It is Canada’s first publication for and about social enterprise and entrepreneurship. Much like other entrepreneurial endeavors, it was created in response to a need – the need to spread the word about an important business movement that has the capacity to change the way we live and engage with our communities. Click here to read the full story!

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