by Stephanie McMillan
Experience the simple joy of coloring scenes of the exploited and oppressed rising up to overcome the omnicidal capitalist/imperialist system.
These 18 positive images of working class-led, biocentric revolution are drawn with humor, affection and cuteness. Contemplating while coloring them can bring us together in hope during this miserable historical epoch, and encourage us in our common struggle for a sustainable way of life free of class divisions.
Attention parents: This book is also great for kids, but be warned: There is one F-bomb in there on Stephanie's print "F*** you, greedy landlord scum." A worthy message, but we'll leave it up to you to decide if it's a good fit for your kiddos.
About the Artist:
Stephanie McMillan has worked as a political cartoonist since 1992. Her award-winning cartoons have appeared in hundreds of publications worldwide, plus several textbooks and anthologies. McMillan has been an activist since the early 1980s, tackling such issues as imperialist war, immigrant rights, police brutality, and women's reproductive freedom. She currently works with the anti-capitalist/anti-imperialist collective One Struggle. She was awarded the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for her comics appearing in The Beginning of the American Fall. McMillan lives in Florida.