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Object lesson: How (and how NOT) to use Nazis imagery in a cartoon | Post

July 10, 2020- Two events over the past two weeks showed the two sides of using Nazis imagery in editorial cartoons. A cartoon by Peter Evans in the Islander News which included Trump wearing a swastika armband drew reader complaints—but also a stalwart defense of the cartoonist and the cartoon by the newspaper’s...


Keith Knight webinar on race June 11 | Post

June 8, 2020- Cartoonist Keith Knight has been drawing about race & police brutality for over 25 years. His cartoon slideshow has been presented to police departments around the USA, and this Thursday, June 11 at 6pm, he goes live online with it. Sign up today for the Zoom webinar here: https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hWr8P6uiSReL7k60TNfnTQ?fbclid=IwAR1NBZ_u4b29DnXnnG-ZzmqHwyf3-xrOr41ooGUhC0GLFg3DVgL_wWERn7U...


Trump Campaign forces removal of a cartoon from the internet in clear violation of the Constitution | Post

May 27, 2020- While Donald Trump complains about the “violation” of his free speech on Twitter, his campaign recently forced the removal of a political cartoon by Nick Anderson from the Redbubble website. Anderson is protesting the action with the help of the CBLDF. Redbubble, like Cafe Press and other swag sites, produces T-shirts, mugs,...


 
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