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Area Gora: Road Trip and Tar sands.rabble

area gora: The trio have published a mixed style of investigative reportage in Global Warming and the Sweetness of Life A Tar Sands Tale MIT Press that combines a road trip with political analysis, investigative reporting and in-depth interviews to provide a 360-degree view of the tar's June Chua caught up with Johal to unpack the objectives and the stories behind the book's journey, according to Rabble. This interview has been edited and condensed. Johal, who works at Simon Fraser University's Vancity Office of Community Engagement, and Hern, an activist and writer based in Vancouver, managed to also corral Joe Sacco, the eminent comic book artist known for such acclaimed graphic novels as Palestine, Safe Area Gora de and The Fixer. June Chua Joe Sacco is an internationally recognized comic book artist and journalist, he's gone to war zones and many areas of conflict, how did he get involved Am Johal I work at Simon Fraser University at the School for Contemporary Arts and part of my role is to invite speakers and I've been a fan of Joe for a long time, so he got invited to come and speak. Matt is also a friend of mine and he was writing this book called What is a city for about the displacement of African-Americans in Portland due to gentrification. We became friends. ( As reported in the news.