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Of Family and Terror: A Review of Nina Bunjevac's "Fatherland"

When we are told, “Everything changed on September 11th,” it is easy for the cynic to note that the only true change has been the object of our cultural hysteria. 1,049 more words

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Philippe Squarzoni’s Climate Changed

Review by José Gonzalez

You understand science. Or more accurately, you could understand science. Although there’s no denying it can be difficult, I’ve too many times heard people exclaim that while they love science, they simply can’t wrap their heads around it. 593 more words

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'Bad for You' Uses Comics to Promote Youth Empowerment

“Youth is wasted on the young.” – Oscar Wilde

Who doesn’t read that quote and not feel some bitter kernel of truth in the words? Such energy, and no direction!

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Lenin The Dog: Secret plan – how to get from Turkey to another part of the world?

A secret person is helping Lenin to continue his journey, now he is about to leave Turkey.What is next? Read in our next post on 29th April. 57 more words

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Rebranding Canada with Comics and the Continuing Co-optation of Tecumseh

We are joined by a guest piece this week for Indigenous Comix Month – Sean Carlton is a PhD Candidate at the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies & Indigenous Studies at Trent University. 804 more words

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Ad Astra Comix Hosts NYC Protest Artist Seth Tobocman for #TCAF2014

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World-Renowned Protest Artist Seth Tobocman Speaking in Toronto

Cartoonist to Discuss New Book and 35 Years of Grassroots Comic Activism at Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF 2014) 518 more words

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