June 16th, 2016 by Evangeline Freedman ABOUT Evangeline Freedman is a student of Early Modern Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of King’s College, and also makes comics. In the past, she has published three zines...
Pauline Johnson draws on her ancestor's teachings to illustrate this Nehiyaw girl's guide to surviving environmental disaster
Jane Komori talks to older adults who are fighting back against misogyny, homophobia, and gentrification
A short comic about aquaponic farms, by Rebecca Roher
Conversations in the dark: Reading the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's findings
A short comic on street harassment by Kasia Juno
Rebecca Roher's original comic illustrates the physical tumult of childbirth and the transformative experience of becoming a mom