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Banned on the Hill: A True Story about Dirty Oil and Government Censorship
‘Entwined’ a call to action for the rights of the disabled
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
Franke James on “The View Up Here” with @canadianglen
“Dear Minister Hoskins, Please send me a letter”
A Pretty Amazing Story in Megaphone Magazine
Teresa Pocock’s Pretty Amazing Book Launch!
Artist with Down syndrome written off as ‘incapable’ blooms in the Downtown Eastside
Pretty Amazing: How I Found Myself in the Downtown Eastside
US Justice Dept Takes Legal Action against Forced Placement of Disabled in Nursing Homes
Human Rights Should Never Be Disabled
Cheerleaders for climate action! #GreatClimateRace
I am no longer “the blacklisted artist”
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
How many times can the Minister of Health turn his head, pretending he just doesn’t see?
Franke James receives the inaugural PEN Canada/Ken Filkow Prize
Ottawa Citizen: “Artist accuses government of misusing its censorship powers to silence her”
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
A Green Winter: Will Global Warming be good for Canada? (2007)
Down Syndrome Victory! Teresa Pocock wins an Arts Grant in Vancouver
About Artist and Author, Franke James
The Green Interview: From Conscience to Censorship, Silver Donald Cameron talks with Franke James
Who cares about the Forest?
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