Come celebrate Pride with the Douglas College Library Zine Collective (DCLZC) and special guest artist Milo Applejohn! Learn about queer and Indigenous zines, then make your own zine in an open workshop. Materials will be provided.

Everyone is welcome, including those who are totally new to zines! You can learn more about zines in our research guide:

Milo Ira Applejohn (he/him, they/them) is Métis and on the autism spectrum. His family is from Treaty 4 and Treaty 7 territory now known as the Qu'Appelle valley and Medicine Hat. Milo is an epidemiology Msc. student at Simon Fraser University. He is striving to serve the communities who became his family during his former career as an illustrator, and has a specific interest in health determinants where indigenous, queer, and neurodiverse identities intersect.

This event will take place in the Aboriginal Gathering Place (room S4650) at the New Westminster campus. We are grateful to be able to host this workshop on the unceded traditional territory of the Coast Salish Peoples of the QayQayt First Nation.