Graphic History Collective
Founded in 2008, the Graphic History Collective (GHC) is a group of activists, artists, writers, and researchers passionate about comics, history and social change.
We produce alternative histories – people’s histories – in an accessible format to help people understand the historical roots of contemporary social issues.
To date we have published two graphic novels (May Day: A Graphic History of Protest in Canada and Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working Class Struggle) and we are currently busy with new collaborations and exciting activist art projects.
Our comics show that you don’t need a cape and a pair of tights to change the world.
Members of the Graphic History Collective are organized with the Canadian Freelance Union, a Community Chapter of Unifor.
Type of Creators:
Creative Team: Artists, Writers
List of works:
May Day: A Graphic History of Protest
Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working-Class Struggle
The Little Red Colouring Book, Vols.1 and 2
Remember / Resist / Redraw: A Radical History Poster Project
Sam Bradd – Artist
Sean Carleton – Artist and Writer
Robin Folvik – Writer
Kara Sievewright – Artist and Writer
Julia Smith – Writer
Panel One Members Since:
April 5, 2017
Where They Hail From:
Calgary, AB, Treaty 7 Territory
Dajing Giids (Queen Charlotte), Haida Gwaii
Vancouver, BC, Unceded Coast Salish Territory