Praise for May Day comic- published by Between the Lines

Between the Lines is publishing our graphic novel/comic May Day: a graphic history of protest. From their monthly newsletter:

May Day 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.”

Want a copy? Only $6.95! Bulk rates for groups (book clubs, unions, etc) available too.

Praise for May Day:

– “May Day is history with a twist: entertaining, insightful, informative, and seen through a critical lens. . . . This is both for history buffs as well as lovers of graphic novels, and suitable for both young and old.” – Florencia Berinstein, director, Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts

“This fascinating work provides an original, accessible window into the history of International Workers’ Day and the wider story of grassroots struggle for working-class power.”
Benjamin Isitt, author of Militant Minority: British Columbia Workers and the Rise of a New Left

“What’s impressive about this graphic book is its clarity and its attention to labour history and May Day on both sides of the Canada/US border.”
Linda Kealey, author of Enlisting Women for the Cause: Women, Labour and the Left in Canada, 1890-1920

“This eminently enjoyable graphic book emphasizes working men’s and working women’s struggle as central to the May Day experience.”
Greg Kealey, author and founding editor of Labour/Le Travail

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