Kofi Annan Loved Cartoons

Growing up during the turmoil of the 1960’s and 1970’s, I wanted to help, to make things better. I wanted people to be happy and I wanted people to get along. The only thing I thought I knew how to do was draw cartoons. They made my mother and my friends happy, so I figured maybe I had a shot. I saw the editorial cartoonist Herblock make a difference in my hometown paper, the Washington Post. I set my sights to being an editorial cartoonist at…

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Liza Donnelly

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