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
The Graphic History Collective was invited to give a keynote presentation at Mount Royal University, for the Mount Royal Historical Society’s Foothills Colloquium. Robin Folvik (labour researcher) and Sam Bradd (artist/graphic recorder), travelled to Calgary and presented a selection of the comics, which you’ll be able to read in full in our book next year. … Read More
Radio Canada International host Wojtek Gwiazda profiles May Day: A Graphic History of Protest in this segment featuring Graphic History Collective member Sean Carleton.
Thanks, Canadian Dimension! http://canadiandimension.com/articles/5638/
Thanks, Rabble.ca! http://rabble.ca/books/reviews/2013/10/dreaming-what-might-be-examines-contentious-history-early-labour-organizations
These people said nice things about us. We’d be too shy to talk to them at a party, so a big ‘thanks’ for us over here at the Graphic History Collective. “May Day is a grand experiment in reviving the traditional holiday of working people, with lively comic art adding a new dimension to themes that … Read More
On Rabble.ca today: “An announcement of spring, dancing around a pole, crowning a queen, fertility rituals, assorted festivities — joyful community celebrations of the month of May can be traced back through the ages. May Day or International Workers’ Day — another way of observing the first day of May throughout the world — is … Read More