All Of My BDS Comics Together

old abdullah“Old Abdullah Had a Farm” – a sing-a-long introduction to the BDS movement written by members of Adalah-NY, contains complete text of the 2005 BDS call – $1

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nothingnormalcoverweb600“Nothing Normal About It” – Palestine, Normalization and Dialogue on Campus– a comic made in partnership with Tanya Keilani of Columbia SJP, contains the complete text of the Statement of Palestinian Students Against Normalization -$1

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“There is a Checkpoint Around This Center!” – made with QAIA-NY, using the text of a spoken-word piece performed by Tara Tabassi tying together censorship of Palestinian activists at the LGBT center with polciing of youth of color, queer youth, and others – $1.50
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“The Power Of Our Voices” – a zine about the cultural boycott, includes interviews with Palestinian artists and text about the cultural boycott, examples of Israeli targetting of Palestinian cultural workers, and the complete text of the PACBI call – $2

Here is a screen-resolution PDF of it:

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Here is a print-resolution version of it:

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Plus shorter comics!

whydoiboycottcolorweb1000Available as a printable pdf with 10 consumer products to boycott on the back from Adalah-NY

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Actually, I have a couple more I will try to put up when I get the time; “Who Is Lev Leviev?” (hopefully to be completely redone soon), “Is Building Luxury Condos A War Crime?” about sometime-Leviev-partner Shaya Boymelgreen, and “What Is BDS”

The Trouble With The Common Core

ewww!Another of my editorial illustrations for Rethinking Schools is online! Check out what they have to say, because RS is a very sharp bunch of educators, and don’t forget to support them by buying the issue (so they can pay me!)

Rethinking Schools has always been skeptical of standards imposed from above. Too many standards projects have been efforts to move decisions about teaching and learning away from classrooms, educators, and school communities, only to put them in the hands of distant bureaucracies. Standards have often codified sanitized versions of history, politics, and culture that reinforce official myths while leaving out the voices, concerns, and realities of our students and communities. Whatever positive role standards might play in truly collaborative conversations about what our schools should teach and children should learn has been repeatedly undermined by bad process, suspect political agendas, and commercial interests.

Carter Comics

I don't even remember what Carter was doing that night

For a while I lived with my friend Carter. It was my first year of art school. I made these comics in my sketchbook, usually directly in ink without pencils, at that time. They are pretty representative of our actual conversations. I don’t think anyone has ever seen them. Click through or right click or something to see these at a properly legible size. More below the jump!

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