I really like how this cartoon panel captures what many people struggle with in understanding structural oppression and its interaction effects. Thank you Hugh D.A. Goldring, Nicole Marie, Joe Cowen, and Larry Kozak for this composite I have opted to title "Joe's Learning". So very much appreciated.
People interested in reading the larger comic strip can do so at this link:
I make an appearance that is rather humorous.
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Lynn Gehl, Ph.D. is an Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe from the Ottawa River Valley. She has a section 15 Charter challenge regarding the continued sex discrimination in The Indian Act, and is an outspoken critic of the Ontario Algonquin land claims and self-government process. She has three books: Anishinaabeg Stories: Featuring Petroglyphs, Petrographs, and Wampum Belts, The Truth that Wampum Tells: My Debwewin of the Algonquin Land Claims Process, and Mkadengwe: Sharing Canada's Colonial Process through Black Face Methodology. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org and see more of her work at www.lynngehl.com.