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Jackie Ormes : the first African American woman cartoonist
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Jackie Ormes : the first African American woman cartoonist

Nancy Goldstein 1942-

c2008

Available at UDM McNichols Campus Library  UDM McNichols Library Stacks  (PN 6727 .O74 G65 2008 )()

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Pioneering cartoonists of color
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Pioneering cartoonists of color

Tim Jackson 1958- author.

2016

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Black Comics Politics of Race and Representation
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Black Comics Politics of Race and Representation

Sheena C. Howard Ronald L Jackson

2013

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Krazy : George Herriman, a life in black and white
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Krazy : George Herriman, a life in black and white

Michael Tisserand 1963- author.

First edition.. 2016

Available at UDM McNichols Campus Library  UDM McNichols Library Stacks  (PN 6727 .H4838 Z88 2016 )()

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Black Comics : Politics of Race and Representation
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Black Comics : Politics of Race and Representation

Howard, Sheena C. ; Jackson, Ronald L.

14 March 2013

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"Bootsie" in Berlin: An Interview with Helma Harrington on Oliver Harrington's Life and Work in East Germany, 1961-1995

Brown, Stephanie

African American Review, Fall 2011, Vol.44(3), pp.353-372,553 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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We go Pogo Walt Kelly, politics, and American satire
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We go Pogo Walt Kelly, politics, and American satire

Kerry. Soper Walt Kelly

c2012

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An interview with Charles Johnson

Boccia, Michael

African American Review, Winter 1996, Vol.30(4), pp.611-618 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Notes from the pad: previously unpublished cartoons

Johnson, Charles

African American Review, Winter, 1996, Vol.30(4), p.603(8) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Syndicates: Chicago Cartoonist's Site Salutes Black Artists.(Chicago Defender's Tim Jackson)

Strupp, Joe

Editor & Publisher, March 1, 2009

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From the comic book to the comic: Charles Johnson's variations on creative expression

Little, Jonathan

African American Review, Winter 1996, Vol.30(4), pp.579-601 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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"Shuh! Ain't nothin' to it": the dynamics of success in Jackie Ormes's Torchy Brown

Brunner, Edward

MELUS, Fall, 2007, Vol.32(3), p.23(27) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Post-soul satire : black identity after Civil Rights
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Post-soul satire : black identity after Civil Rights

Derek C. Maus Derek C. Maus editor.; James J. Donahue editor.

2017

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New Biography of Pioneering African-American Cartoonist Jackie Ormes.(Jackie Ormes)(Brief article)

E&p Staff

Editor & Publisher, Jan 29, 2008

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Charles Johnson's novels writing the American palimpsest
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Charles Johnson's novels writing the American palimpsest

Rudolph P. Byrd

c2005

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Insider histories of cartooning : rediscovering forgotten famous comics and their creators
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Insider histories of cartooning : rediscovering forgotten famous comics and their creators

Robert C. Harvey author.

2015

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Jackie Ormes: The First African American Woman Cartoonist

Bolles, A

The Journal of African American History, Vol.95(1), pp.110-112 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Winter 2010

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'AN EVENING WITH TWO AFRICAN-AMERICAN CARTOONISTS' FEB. 18 EVENT AT NAUGATUCK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE PART OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION

US Fed News Service, Including US State News, Feb 13, 2006

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Che : a graphic biography
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Che : a graphic biography

Spain (Cartoonist) Paul Buhle 1944-

2008

Available at UDM McNichols Campus Library  UDM McN Juvenile Collection  (PN 6727 .S67 Ch5 2008 )()

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Civil rights official praises and criticizes cartoonists

Astor, David

Editor & Publisher, Aug 26, 1995, Vol.128(34), p.40

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Chicago cartoonist's site salutes black artists

Strupp, Joe

Editor & Publisher, Mar 2009, Vol.142(3), p.60

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Bringing Afrocentricity to the Funnies: An Analysis of Afrocentricity Within Aaron McGruder’s The Boondocks

Tyree, Tia C. M ; Krishnasamy, Adrian

Journal of Black Studies, January 2011, Vol.42(1), pp.23-42 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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New strip on the block. (newspaper cartoon, 'Where I'm Coming From' by Barbara Brandon)

Robson - Scott, Markie

The Guardian, Feb 12, 1992, p.17(1)

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Art in Crisis: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Struggle for African American Identity and Memory.(Book review)

Westbrook, Randall O.

The Journal of African American History, Fall, 2009, Vol.94(4), p.580(3) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Interview with Baru: Part 1

Mckinney, Mark

European Comic Art, 2011, Vol.4(2), pp.213-237 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The Colored Cartoon: Black Representation in American Animated Short Films, 1907-1954

Crafton, Donald

The Journal of American History, Vol.95(4), pp.1196-1197 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Mar 2009

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Jackie Ormes; the first African American woman cartoonist.

Reference and Research Book News, May 2008, Vol.23(2)

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An Unexpected Hit at Cartoon Festival

Astor, David

Editor & Publisher, Nov 28, 1992, Vol.125(48), p.28

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Cartoon world has its ups and downs

Case, Tony

Editor & Publisher, April 29, 1995, Vol.128(17), p.50(2)

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Armstrong is a hit with festival crowd

Astor, David

Editor & Publisher, Sep 2, 1995, Vol.128(35), p.26

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Drawing Praise: African-American illustrator and cartoonist Samuel Joyner reflects on his career of being 'invisible'

Booker, Bobbi

Philadelphia Tribune, Sep 13, 2002, Vol.118(86), p.1D

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Jackie Ormes: The First African American Woman Cartoonist.(Young adult review)(Brief article)(Book review)

Seaman, Donna

Booklist, Feb 1, 2008, Vol.104(11), p.22(1)

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Jackie Ormes: The First African American Women Cartoonist.(Book review)

Anonymous;

Media Report to Women, Fall, 2008, Vol.36(4), p.21(1)

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CRUSADING CARTOONIST: THOMAS NAST

Orr, Brooke

Reviews in American History, Vol.42(2), pp.291-295 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Jun 2014

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WHATCHA GOT?

Delbourgo, James

Reviews in American History, Vol.42(4), pp.690-696 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Dec 2014

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Bile needed. (fewer newspapers employ full-time political cartoonists, but there are still many excellent cartoonists including Matt Groening and Steve Brodner)(Brief Article)

The Economist (US), Nov 2, 1996, Vol.341(7990), p.83(2)

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LET'S FIND OUT

Leslie Anderson Morales

Footsteps, Jan/Feb 2005, Vol.7(1), p.48

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Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century America

Bernstein, Robin

Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, Vol.2(1), pp.151-153 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Winter 2009

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Romare Bearden

Anonymous

Afro - American Red Star, Aug 18-Aug 24, 2012, Vol.121(2), p.B.7

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Dark Laughter: The Satiric Art of Oliver W. Harrington / Why I Left America and Other Essays

Fabre, Michel

African American Review, Vol.30(2), p.305 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Summer 1996

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Black history profile: Veteran cartoonist Clint Wilson misses no beats

Austin, Lanea

Los Angeles Sentinel, Feb 27, 2003, p.A.14

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U.S. press silencing minority voices?

Dabney, Michael

Philadelphia Tribune, Aug 2, 1996, Vol.113(54), pp.1-A

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N.Y. Post cartoon totally indefensible

Rhodes, E (editor)

Philadelphia Tribune, Feb 20, 2009, Vol.125(29), p.4A

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Animating the Great Migration & After

Dolinar, Brian

Against the Current, Vol.33(2), p.31,40 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

May/Jun 2018

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