Thanks to your overwhelming support, we didn’t just fund She Changed Comics, our resource about the women who changed free expression in comics — we also funded teaching guides for higher education, high school, and middle school. Those guides are now available!
Covering female comics creators from the turn of the 20th century to present day, She Changed Comics profiles more than 60 women who transformed the landscape of free expression and expanded the comics artform. It also examines the plights of women who have been persecuted for expressing themselves through cartoons and features interviews with some of the most influential women working in comics today.
This full-color, 176-page book from Image Comics was a runaway success on Kickstarter, where backers funded the project in eight hours and supported several stretch goals, including teaching guides and a nationwide teaching tour.
Click here to download the Higher Education teaching guide. Compiled by Trinidad Escobar.
Click here to download the High School teaching guide. Compiled by Betsy Gomez.
Click here to download the Middle School teaching guide. Compiled by Betsy Gomez.
The teaching guides are intended to be living documents, and we will update them regularly to add assessments and activities. Be sure to visit the She Changed Comics landing page regularly for the updated files and additional materials!
If you have a suggestion for the guides or want to share a discussion question or activity you use in your classroom, let us know about it! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the info.
If you don’t have a copy of She Changed Comics yet, you can get one in the CBLDF Rewards Zone!