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    • Interview with GHC members in Rank and File September 22, 2015 - The Graphic History Collective was interviewed by Daniel Tseghay, in RankandFile.ca about how we recently unionized. He’s right, one day we should draw a comic about how we unionized. Read it here: http://rankandfile.ca/2015/09/22/illustrating-the-freelancers-organizing-model/ While the CFU is open to a variety of independent media workers, the GHC’s attention to labour history is particularly welcomed. “I think it’s important that any... Read more »
    • Public Library Hosts GHC Installation for Artsweek Festival September 19, 2015 - For this year’s Peterborough Artsweek festival, the GHC has a special art installation, “Drawn to Change.” It showcases select images (in the form of panel posters) from our forthcoming comics collection “Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working Class Struggle” (Between the Lines Press, Spring 2016). It features the amazing work of all of the... Read more »
    • There is Power in a Union! Graphic History Collective Members Join the Canadian Freelance Union September 2, 2015 - We are proud to announce that GHC members have joined the Canadian Freelance Union, a new union for freelance media and creative workers like us. The Canadian Freelance Union is a Community Chapter of Unifor (Union of Canada), the largest private sector labour union in Canada. Unifor’s Community Chapters are a new way for workers... Read more »

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