I finally illustrated this conversation in honor of the 6th (!) NWSL season which kicks off tomorrow. Support these players and this league – get thee to a game ASAP!
P.S. I feel like I can’t post anything without the disclaimer that I know everything is awful and scary in the world right now. But I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I firmly believe that supporting women’s professional sports is a powerful and enjoyable way to combat a culture of sexism and misogyny. So go to a game! Let’s enjoy ourselves while we burn it all down.
When I first approached Rosa, she didn’t think she had a story to share. She ended up making me teary with her many thoughtful and deeply kind observations about the clinic. Hers was also my longest interview. In these times when it seems so easy to forget, Rosa is, for me, the “real America.”
…and it doesn’t involve arming teachers.
#Enough #MarchForOurLives #NationalSchoolWalkout #ThrowThemOut
Students in Parkland, Florida – students EVERYWHERE – know what is wrong with our country. I support the National High School Walkout on April 20th, the anniversary of the Columbine massacre (AND the Women’s March action on March 14th AND the March for Our Lives on March 24th). This youth-organized event demands that the adults in elected office (elections in which most teenagers cannot vote) do their job, take care of their communities, and enact real gun reform legislation. Now.
This one is such a frustrating reality for many workers:
This one ran in last week’s Real Change newspaper:
And, below, with introduction by Comics 4 Health Coverage: “Legions of volunteers made it possible to provide free medical, vision, and dental care to over 4,300 patients in 4 days during the Seattle/King County Clinic in 2017. Amy Camber talked to a volunteer interpreter and her comic is featured this week in the International Examiner!”