Cartooning for Peace and Health returned to Emory on March 28–30, thanks to Le Monde’s Plantu, Raymond Schinazi, and the Cartooning for Peace–America Association. Award-winning editorial cartoonists from the Americas and the Mediterranean were on campus, visiting schools, and speaking at a public conference.
In a program that opens at the Rollins School of Public Health, Vice President and Secretary Rosemary Magee hosted a conversation on the creative process, Center for Ethics Director Paul Root Wolpe led a panel on bioethics, and Professor Ricardo Gutiérrez-Mouat, who directs the Latin American Studies Program, conducted a unique session in Spanish with prominent cartoonists from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela.
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Co-chaired by Plantu (France) and Michel Kichka (Israel), the conference featured simultaneous translation for the Spanish speakers and cartoonists from Algeria, Canada, Haiti, and Israel, along with a noteworthy group of American participants, including Atlanta’s own Mike Luckovich. See the full list of participating cartoonists >>