Banned on the Hill
Banned on the Hill: A True Story about Dirty Oil and Government Censorship
Paris was great...
Book Review: “Shut Away: When Down Syndrome Was a Life Sentence”
Gasoline Breakup: Mobile Movie of the Week
Thinking 12 Years Ahead and 12 Years Back.
Over 40 Groups Agree BC Needs an Anti-SLAPP Law
How does a Canadian with an intellectual disability fight back when their rights are violated?
Ontario Government apologizes to Teresa Pocock: 4 Signs of Change
“Dear Minister Hoskins, Please send me a letter”
Artist with Down syndrome written off as ‘incapable’ blooms in the Downtown Eastside
Gasoline Gasoline, The World’s Aflame!
Artistic Ability is Celebrated During Down Syndrome Week!
Fighting for Free Expression in a Climate of Fear
Oh No Canada! Six Easy Ways to Crush Free Expression
Invitation: My Dangerous Art: Free Expression in a Climate of Fear. Hosted by @BCCLA
Robert Bateman Lecture: Portrait of an Artist as an Environmental Truth-Teller
Franke James receives the inaugural PEN Canada/Ken Filkow Prize
Ottawa Citizen: “Artist accuses government of misusing its censorship powers to silence her”
Do you think a government has the right to censor an artist’s work if it makes the government look bad?
I love my freedom to read whatever I want!
Art that is not afraid to speak up: The Real Poop on Social Change
BC Civil Liberties: Franke James wins 2014 Liberty Award for Excellence in the Arts
How a ‘Somebody’ in DC got my ‘Anybody’ #NoKXL book for Obama
What can “Anybody” tell Obama about the Keystone XL?
The intersection of Govt, Art and Politics: Franke James interviewed on “The Current” by Anna Maria Tremonti
My SUV and Me Say Goodbye
A Green Winter: Will Global Warming be good for Canada? (2007)
‘Born to Represent’ in Film Festival on UN International Day for Persons with Disabilities
About Franke James
Banned on the Hill