Books As Flint: Using Graphic Novels to Spark Political Activism

Books As Flint: Using Graphic Novels to Spark Political Activism

October 05, 2017, 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Berger Forum - NYPL 476 5th Ave

Language:
English

Whether it be in the classroom or in the home, it can be difficult to open conversations about politics, race, religion, misogyny, and bigotry. This panel will explore comic/graphic novel titles that work to open up those conversations as well as hopefully spark some political/social activism among those affected. We will also explore activism options that could be/have been incepted from these reads.

Contributors

  • Illya Kowalchuk

    Speaker

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  • Tony Medina

    Speaker

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  • Meryl Jaffee

    Speaker

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  • John Shableski

    Speaker

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  • Alan Brooks

    Speaker

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  • Stacey Robinson

    Speaker

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  • Marjorie Liu

    Speaker

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Categories

  1. Category
    Diversity
    Professional
    • Educator
  2. Type of Event
    Panels, Screenings & Special Events
  3. Venue New York Public Library - 476 5th Ave

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