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Editorial Cartooning Is In Danger

At a time when the world needs new ways to connect, there are fewer opportunities for people whose life’s work is to help us do precisely that.

This article was originally published in Persuasion.

Originally published as a letter to the editor in The New York Times, after they announce they would not run cartoons anymore

I have been a cartoonist all my life. I began drawing when I was 7 years old, and my love…




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Visual journalist/writer for New Yorker, New York Times, CBS News, CNN. TED, SXSW speaker. Looking to change world w humor. newsletter: https://lizadonnelly.sub

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