Political print maker Annie Banks has graciously offered multiple prints of her "River of History" graphic. This beautiful linocut is especially meaningful as the Shubenacadie River is known for its changes in direction as the tidal bore sweeps in from the Bay of Fundy. Let us also see this struggle and its success as a change in tide towards respecting native sovereignty and centring the protection of the water and our environment in how we share these lands. Read more about Annie Banks: anniebanks.net
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