My latest editorial illustration for the amazing Rethinking Schools focuses on teaching math so students can “make sense of and transform the world around them.” The basic idea behind this illustration was to combine a relatively simple drawing with a whole lot of actual math: I dug up equations on wage labor from economics website, and a hell of a lot of stuff about air pollution and energy from a variety of science websites. You can read the full editorial here.
I am very proud to have contributed the small banner image above to the excellent project Facing Tear Gas, a new website that serves as the face of an amazing new campaign by good people at the War Resisters’ League to end the US’s role in the business of tear gas in solidarity with global nonviolent uprisings and those facing US-backed repression everywhere, including within the US.
Inspiration for this illustration provided by the amazing Jeanne Strole.
I now have a printed zine of my recent comic “There Is A Checkpoint Around This Center“, made with Tara Tabassi of FIERCE (that’s the cover above!). The zine was made with Queers Against Israeli Apartheid-NYC, and contains information about QAIA, a definition and explanation of “pinkwashing” and “pinkwatching” and a timeline of the LGBT center’s censorship. You can buy it for $2 at Bluestockings or email me for a copy! If you are a BDS or Palestine solidarity organizer, you can contact me for a free PDF booklet that you can print out and distribute yourself.
The release party for World War 3 Illustrated #44, of which I am one of two co-editors and for which I have been pouring a lot of love and labor out over the past 6 months is TOMORROW, March 7 in BROOKLYN! Hope to see you there!
Here are the details:
After some time of having sold out of all my copies, I’m happy to report that my two comics zines made for the BDS movement (Old Abdullah Had A Farm–A Sing-A-Long Introduction To BDS made with Adalah-NY and Nothing Normal About It! Normalization, Dialogue and Palestine on Campus made with Tanya Keilani for Students For Justice In Palestine) are back in print–I have 60 copies of each of them that I will be selling at the release party for the new issue of World War 3 Illustrated and other upcoming events.
Since my old website crashed, these comics are no longer online, but I will work on getting them up in some form soon. If you are a student or BDS organizer get in touch if you want the files to print your own copies of these comics, which are designed to function as organizing tools. I also sell printed copies for $1 each.
Get in touch if you want to order some by mail.