In January 2017, the Graphic History Collective launched Remember / Resist / Redraw: A Radical History Poster Project as a year-long artistic intervention in the Canada 150 conversation. Our goal was to create a series of accessible radical history posters that can serve as a resource for activists to lean on and learn from as they struggle to bring about radical social transformation. We were overwhelmed with the positive response the project received.
Though the original goal of RRR was to challenge Canada 150, we quickly realized that one year is not enough time to remember, resist, and redraw the world we live in. As a result, the GHC has decided to make RRR an ongoing project.
- Remember/Resist/Redraw #14: The 1864 Tsilhqot’in War
- Re-launching Remember l Resist l Redraw: RRR# 13, Anti-Colonial Lawyer Charles Roach
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #12: Sacred Rivers Within and Idle No More
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #11: The Most Dangerous Woman in the World Lived in Canada
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #10: Remembering the 75th Anniversary of Japanese Canadian Internment
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #09: Ts’Peten 1995
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #08: When Canada Opened Fire on My Kokum Marianne with a Gatling Gun
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #07: John A. Macdonald’s Role in Residential Schooling
- Remember I Resist I Redraw #06: Pride Has Always Been Political
- Remember l Resist l Redraw #05: The Dance of Decolonial Love
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #04: The 1837–1838 Rebellion
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #03: Caregiving Work in Canada
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #02: Chloe Cooley, Black History, and Slavery in Canada
- Remember / Resist / Redraw #01: 150 Years of Colonialism