STILL… Racism in America

STILL… Racism in America

STILL… Racism in America is a retrospective exhibition of cartoons about racism in America that takes place at the Medialia Gallery in New York origin at the Medialia gallery in New York, where it was mounted in February 2020. The installation is curated by The … Read more

Utah cops demand cartoonist Pat Bagley apologize for cartoon

STILL… Racism in America

This cartoon by Pat Bagley published in The Salt Lake Tribune of Salt Lake City, Utah, has provoked complaints from the Utah Sheriffs’ Association, the Republican Party and other groups. They are calling for the image to be removed and for the newspaper and the … Read more

The New York Times scissors

STILL… Racism in America

Things are looking bad for cartoons in the USA and even more so with the racial movements on the boil. The cartoonist Ronald Wimberly finished his comic page and sent it to the newspaper. It was to be published this Sunday in the series The … Read more

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Missouri newspaper accused of racism

STILL… Racism in America

This cartoon by the conservative’s cartoonist Michael Ramirez, published on 16 August in the Southeast Missourian newspaper, provoked another episode of anger and accusations of racism against the medium. In the image, Martin Luther King pronounces his famous phrase that the cartoonist changes to: “I … Read more