The 500 Years of Indigenous Resistance Comic Book: Revised and Expanded

Hill, G.
A powerful portrayal of Indigenous peoples’ uprising and activism against colonizers from the 1600s to the present, Gord Hill’s revised and expanded edition offers compelling illustrations and information about the perseverance of Indigenous people as they endured genocide, colonialism, displacement, and assimilation. The unique format of this resource allows readers of all abilities to explore Indigenous world views in an easy-to-understand and engaging format. The resource is suitable for independent or small-group reading in a secondary classroom. Additionally, teachers may access and share the resource’s specific sections when studying Indigenous history, worldviews, or storytelling.
Indigenous, Novel
English Language Arts
  • 8-12

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