AAIC Zine | Issue #3 The Sixties Scoop

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AAIC Zine | Issue #3 The Sixties Scoop
AAIC Zine | Issue #3 The Sixties Scoop

 

Atrocities Against Indigenous Canadians for Dummies is a zine series created by Jenna Rose Sands, out of emotional exhaustion, meant to be handy guides to understanding the various hardships Canadian Indigenous people have survived and endured. 

In her own words:

"I'm just a brown woman, standing in front of entire communities, asking for people to smarten the hell up and treat Indigenous people like the complex and beautiful humans we are and not second class citizens on our own ancestral lands. Is that too much to ask? 

I hope you love this project because you feel your compassion and your mind opening a bit. Thank you for being a part of my own tiny revolution."

This issue explores the tragic aftermath of the Indian Residential School system and the continuation of stealing Indigenous children from their families. Perfect for passing along to folx that say, "but that was so long ago, how can it even matter?"

20 full-colour pages

4.25" x 5.5"

 

Jenna Rose is an Nehiyaw/Anishinaabe/Lenape woman who grew up and currently resides in London, Ontario, Canada. Find zine related resources and more of her work at www.atrocitiesagainstindigenouscanadians.com.

AAIC Zine | Issue #3 The Sixties Scoop
AAIC Zine | Issue #3 The Sixties Scoop