Each installment of our comics series features a different emerging or established cartoonist. This edition by Navajo disabled creator, illustrator, and digital comic artist Tatum Begay is called "To My Husband."
Native American & Indigenous students, faculty, and staff at San Diego State University host a series of events throughout November to celebrate Native American Heritage Month 2021, including a conversation with Tongva writer, illustrator, and comics artist Weshoyot Alvitre.
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The first two community activities for November are now available, featuring a Dots & Boxes game sheet centered on Trans visual artists and writers, and a Word Search celebrating Native and Indigenous performing artists. Always intersectional. Always free.
The November founder’s essay reflects on the organization's progress so far, which has been due in large part to the artists who've shared their time, energy, and expertise with Hello Barkada.
Support independent arts journalism and programming by, about, and for marginalized communities. Thanks to our current patrons, Hello Barkada will be able to commission three freelance writers in 2022! By joining our current campaign, you will help provide more opportunities for emerging and established cartoonists in 2022.
Each activity is made to stir curiosity, start conversations, and build connections. No printer? No problem: Printing isn't necessary! These can be written, typed, and colored on in any free PDF editing application. New activities added each month.