Tuesday, November 03, 2015
The world reacted with revulsion and condemnation when terrorists murdered 12 cartoonists and staff members of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine. For U.S. cartoonists, the attack was a tragic reminder of the price paid for free expression, says Jack Ohman, prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Sacramento Bee, and Portland State alumni. Violence can’t suppress it, he says, nor can misguided attempts to rein in various other forms of offensive speech. His talk was part of the PDX series of presentations.
Posted by Mike Lynch at 8:44 AM