MAY DAY: A GRAPHIC HISTORY OF PROTEST

03/05/2012 | Posted in: Uncategorized

 

Produced by the Graphic History Collective and Published by Between the Lines Books.

May Day: A Graphic History of Protest traces the development of International Workers’ Day, May 1st, against the ever-changing economic and political backdrop in Canada. Recognizing the importance of work and the historical struggles of workers to improve their lives, with a particular focus on the struggles of May 1st, the comic includes the reader as part of this history, and the story concludes that “We are all part of this historical struggle; it’s our history and our future.”

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2 Comments

  1. Sean Carleton
    03/05/2012

    Thanks for the support, fellow workers!

    In love and solidarity!
    Sean

    The Graphic History Collective

  2. Terri
    17/05/2012

    Looks good. We have a radical library in Edinburgh at the autonomous centre. We have hundreds of books but no money really. Any chance of a discounted price on this Sean?