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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > May 2019 > History retold

History retold

A new comics anthology, featuring Indigenous writers and illustrators, challenges the “facts” Canadian students learn in school

This Place: 150 Years Retold HighWater Press staff, eds. HighWater Press, Ages 15+

WHILE MUCH OF Canadian history is fascinating, most citizens have heard only a one-sided account. For many Canadians, there was (and sometimes still is) a disconnect between the “facts” we’re taught in school and the stories we’re told at home or at gatherings. This is especially true for Indigenous Canadians who for many decades were legally prevented from telling their stories, because of various potlatch-type laws or the trauma inlicted by residential schools.

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