Poster #13: Charles Roach: Warrior, Prince, and Servant of His People

Poster #13: Charles Roach: Warrior, Prince, and Servant of His People

Remember | Resist | Redraw
A Radical History Poster Project

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The Graphic History Collective is collaborating with a number of artists and writers to create an ongoing poster series that offers alternative perspectives on well-known historical events, and highlights the histories of Indigenous peoples, women, workers, and other oppressed people who are often overlooked or marginalized in mainstream historical accounts.

Since January 2017, we have been publishing posters for free on our website. Like our previous books about working-class history (May Day and Drawn to Change), each poster is published with a formal essay by an artist or activist for context.

We want to share these posters widely. We have exhibited the posters at conferences, schools, workshops, events, in pop-up galleries and online. If you are interested in hosting an exhibit, please get in touch and fill out this form.

In order to change the world, we need to be able to imagine alternative ways of living and organizing to bring about social change. We combine art and history because it helps us fuel our radical imaginations and dream of what might be.

We hope you will join us on our journey to use activist art to remember, resist and redraw our world with an eye to changing it for the better.

Poster #13: Charles Roach: Warrior, Prince, and Servant of His People

Poster #13: Charles Roach: Warrior, Prince, and Servant of His People

Poster #12: Rivers Within/Le fleuve sacré intérieur

Poster #12: Rivers Within/Le fleuve sacré intérieur

Poster #11: The Most Dangerous Woman in the World Lived in Canada

Poster #11: The Most Dangerous Woman in the World Lived in Canada

Poster #10: Remembering the 75th Anniversary of Japanese Canadian Internment

Poster #10: Remembering the 75th Anniversary of Japanese Canadian Internment

Poster #9: Ts’Peten 1995

Poster #9: Ts’Peten 1995
Learning to Remember / Resist / Redraw: Bringing the Graphic History Collective’s Work to an Elementary Teacher Education Classroom (Guest Post by Casey Burkholder)

Learning to Remember / Resist / Redraw: Bringing the Graphic History Collective’s Work to an Elementary Teacher Education Classroom (Guest Post by Casey Burkholder)

March 23, 2018

Learning to Remember / Resist / Redraw: Bringing the Graphic History Collective’s work to an elementary teacher education classroom by Casey Burkholder (@CM_Burkholder) I’m a teacher educator at a university in Eastern Canada, teaching in the Wabinaki Confederacy on the unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik peoples. I’m also a former history student and a graphic … Read More

Announcement: We Are Continuing “Remember l Resist l Redraw”

Announcement: We Are Continuing “Remember l Resist l Redraw”

February 23, 2018

In January 2017, we launched Remember / Resist / Redraw: A Radical History Poster Project as a year-long artistic intervention in the Canada 150 conversation. Our goal was to create a series of accessible radical history posters that can serve as a resource for activists to lean on and learn from as they struggle to … Read More

May 1936

May 1936

January 30, 2018

About the author Vagelis Kolotsios is a designer and illustrator based in Athens, Greece. View more of his work online: http://aspalaxcomix.tumblr.com https://www.behance.net/aspalax https://www.facebook.com/AspalaxComix/v May 1936By Vagelis Kolotsios Project summary This comic book is about the general strike that occurred in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece on 8 May 1936 and which led to the bloody events of May … Read More

Drawn to Change Cover

Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working-Class Struggle

Edited by the Graphic History Collective with Paul Buhle

Published by Between the Lines, 2016
$29.95
Paperback / softback, 200 pages
Available to order online and in stores

Canadian labour history and working-class struggles are brought to life in this anthology of nine short comics. Each comic showcases the inspiring efforts and determination of working people who banded together with others to fight to change the world.