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National Cartoonist Society celebrates 75 years | Post

March 1, 2021- Happy 75th birthday NCS! The National Cartoonist Society held their first meeting on March 1, 1946. The Daily Cartoonist has a look back: http://www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2021/02/28/a-national-cartoonists-society-diamond-anniversary/ While the NCS and AAEC formed at different times, for different reasons, there has been a lot of cross-pollination over the decades, and many editorial cartoonists are...


In solidarity with Australian cartoonists, the AAEC condemns Facebook | Post

February 19, 2021- The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists joins with the professional cartoonists, journalists and media outlets of Australia in rebuking Facebook and its continent-wide banning of news organizations on its platform, a ban that extends to anyone attempting to share a link to a published article, video or editorial cartoon. The...


Print is Dead Part XXXVI | Post

February 17, 2021- The Washington Post‘s Michael Cavna took a look at the surviving newspapers that still have a staff cartoonist —spoiler alert: the number is now around 25— and asked “what’s with all the white guys?” https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/02/16/political-cartoons-diversity/ The consensus among the many cartoonists the Comic Riffs reporter interviewed is: even if publishers...


 
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