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The qCollaborative is pleased to present our inaugural Colouring Feminist Activists, the first in a series of books designed by the lab to celebrate and contemplate the vital work done by leading feminist activists of the past and present.

21 colouring pages that include the following memorable activists: Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Malala Yousafzai, Tarana Burke, Greta Thunberg, Audre Lorde, Julie Rei Goldstein, Dr. Emma Sulkowicz, Chanel Miller, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, and more…
Get yours on Etsy!
 
For those looking at some unplanned trapped at home with kids time, I just finished making an activity booklet for mine and added a few pages of activities for “when you’re stuck at home”. Some of the other activities can be modified to serve the same function, and I added a few tips specific to our current social-distancing situation. 
 

Arts & Humanities Education

Do you ever wonder why certain governments tend to seek the defunding of Arts and Humanities programs?

Building on The Humanities Matter! poster created by the University College London (UCL) Centre for Digital Humanities and 4Humanities, we created a new infographic arguing for the contributions made to contemporary society by arts and humanities education.

Academic Freedom vs Freedom of Expression

Freedom of expression and academic freedom are vital in a democratic society. But Alberta and Ontario governments seem intent on undermining those freedoms by distorting their meaning.

To help add clarity to the debates, we’ve created a poster guide, free to print and share (PDF).

Depression is Not Personal Failure

The ugly version of this poster was shared over 8k times. So, I created this one for slightly more aesthetic joy. 

Spread the message: depression is one of the consequences of living in toxic social, cultural, and political systems.

Everything on this page is available for free download. Print and share them far and wide. 

If you put one up, please snap a pic. Post and tag us on Twitter @qCollaborators and @DrRadzikowska.