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Cartooning for Peace and Health

Cartooning for PeaceCartooning 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 >>