Activist Colouring Night

June 26, 2016Colouring Book News, GHC News

Last week we worked with Artspace and CUPE 3908 to host a free activist colouring night. A group of community activists came together to colour pages from The Little Red Colouring Book, the GHC’s free activist colouring book. It was a fun night of making art, eating snacks, and talking politics. We even created a … Read More

Drawn to Change Tour – Spring 2016

June 14, 2016DTC News, GHC News, News

  We just wrapped up our Spring 2016 book launch/speaking tour to support the release of Drawn to Change. In traveling across Canada, we met a lot of wonderful folks and are humbled by the overwhelmingly positive response the book is getting so far. Thank you! Here is a quick recap of what we’ve been up to … Read More

The Little Red Colouring Book – Free Download

April 27, 2016Colouring Book, GHC News, Projects

The Graphic History Collective is pleased to release our first labour history colouring/activity book, The Little Red Colouring Book, just in time for May Day 2016. The colouring book is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD. We hope that this alternative colouring book, created by donated union labour from members of the Graphic History Collective, will … Read More

10% off May Day and Drawn to Change

April 26, 2016GHC News, News

Just in time for May Day 2016, Between the Lines Press is offering a special 10% discount on orders of our books May Day: A Graphic History of Protest and Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working-Class Struggle. Order from BTL  until May 6th and use the promo code: mayday. Get your dose of radical working-class … Read More

James Connolly: The Irish Rebel

April 22, 2016Comics, GHC News

The Graphic History Collective is pleased to release GHC member Sean Carleton’s comic book, “James Connolly: The Irish Rebel.” Written and illustrated by Sean, the comic book commemorates the life of Irish socialist James Connolly and the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin. The comic book is available for free exclusively on … Read More

Contextualizing She Named It Canada, by Joan Sangster

March 8, 2016She Named It Canada News

Sassy, smart, and subversive: this was She Named It Canada (SNIC), an early comic book or ‘graphic novel’ published in 1971 by the aptly-named Corrective Collective, a Vancouver-based feminist group dedicated to re-writing Canadian history for a popular audience. The Corrective Collective members included Karen Cameron, Colette French, Andrea Lebowitz, Barbara Todd, Cathy Walker, Dodie … Read More