Recently the Forward received a donation of 66 cartoons drawn by a survivor of Dachau. And they are a lot of fun!
Wallkill Senior High School in upstate New York disinvited the author of “Killed Cartoons: Casualties From The War On Free Expression” from speaking to students.
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Cartoonist Mindy Indy had never heard of familial dysautonomia before getting hired to draw a weekly series about it. Now, her comic has made her a fixture in the community.
Iran is holding its second International Holocaust Cartoon Contest — supposedly in the name of free speech. Cartoonist Lior Zaltzman says it’s nothing but a cheap provocation.
Cartoons aren’t just for kids anymore. Ezra Glinter writes that animation has long been at the forefront of conversations about race, gender, inequality — and anti-Semitism.
A controversial artist has drawn cartoon images of ‘The Simpsons’ at Auschwitz. He claims the goal is to raise awareness about the Holocaust. But Anna Goldenberg isn’t convinced.
A Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s exhibit about ‘Ghost World’ cartoonist Daniel Clowes ought to come with a parental advisory for explicit content.
Victor Navasky has been publishing edgy political cartoons for decades. But he knows an anti-Semitic caricature when he sees it.
Ben Katchor’s forte has always been his ability to nudge a real-life absurdity one or two notches too far. This quality is on display in his new book ‘Hand-Drying in America.’