Reading the TRC

A graphic essay about residential schools

Illustration and story by Frankie Noone

Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
>Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone
Illustration and story by Frankie Noone

Originally published in the Food/Land (Fall 2015) issue of GUTS magazine. Reprinted with permission.

Frankie Noone
Larissa Diakiw is a writer based out of Toronto. She creates comics and graphic essays as Frankie Noone.

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