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Humor vs. Power: Cartooning in Latin America and the Caribbean

Thursday, October 28, 2021 at 5:00pm to 6:15pm

G01 , Stimson Hall

Hear from four Latin American and Caribbean political cartoonists on the challenges of their craft and creativity across the region. The session will be moderated by Nicaraguan political cartoonist Pedro X. Molina, IIE Artist Protection Fund Fellow and Visiting Critic at the Einaudi Center's Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LACS). A hybrid event.

•    Angel Boligan (Boligán – Cartooning for Peace), Cuba/Mexico
•    Rayma Suprani (RAYMA – Cartooning for Peace), Venezuela
•    Xavier Bonilla (BONIL – Cartooning for Peace), Ecuador

•    Pedro X Molina (PxMolinA), Nicaragua/USA, winner of the 2021 Gabo Award for Excellence

Join us in person in G-01 Stimson Hall (to the right of Day Hall) at 5:00 pm. Portions will be in Spanish with simultaneous translation available on Zoom.

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Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Latino Studies Program, Anthropology, Romance Studies, Development Sociology, Global Learning, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, Department of Development Sociology (DSOC), Latino Living Center, Global Development, Government, Global Cornell, Migrations

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Bill Phelan, Program Manager


Angel Boligan (Boligán) Cuba/Mexico, Rayma Suprani (Rayma) Venezuela, Xavier Bonilla (Bonil) Ecuador, Pedro X Molina (PxMolinA) Nicaragua

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Cornell Community In-Person Free; Free and open to the non-Cornell public virtually via Zoom

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