The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book: Gord Hill
Originally aired on October 24
Re-release November 30
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Author and Kwakwaka’wakw nation member Gord Hill paints a powerful and historically accurate graphic portrayal of decades of Indigenous resilience in his latest creation, The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book. Tune in for an conversation with the Indigenous rights and anti-globalization activist about the history of Indigenous resilience and the European colonization of the Americas, from Christopher Columbus’s invasion to the more recent Six Nations land reclamation in Ontario. His strong yet simple narrative, paired with evocative illustrations that narrate traumas of the past, resonates deeply with the fighting spirit of those battling the ongoing resistance today.
Interviewer: Pamela Palmater
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