“When a neighbour called Child and Family Services, I had to face the fear that the state could take my kids away.”

This graphic essay (2020 short story Eisner Award finalist) depicts not just a terrible week in my family’s life, but investigates the wider implications of a punitive child welfare system, family separations at the US border, and the unjust destruction of Indigenous families over generations.

Published 2019

Available to read on The Nib