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Comics As a Force for Social Change Panel | San Diego Comic-Con 2017

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Published on Jul 25, 2017

Panelists discuss the importance of comics in today's turbulent political landscape and how comics authors and illustrators can foster social change both by creating work that gives underrepresented communities a voice and bring new diverse talent into the spotlight as well as by using their influence to shake up the culture and norms of the literary world. Thi Bui (THE BEST WE COULD DO), John Jennings and Damian Duffy (KINDRED: A GRAPHIC NOVEL ADAPTATION), Rachel Ignotofsky (WOMEN IN SCIENCE), Kate Schatz (RAD WOMEN WORLDWIDE), and Miriam Klein Stahl (RAD WOMEN WORLDWIDE) share their ideals with Dr. Travis Langley (WONDER WOMAN PSYCHOLOGY: LASSOING THE TRUTH).

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Thi Bui's writing: http://www.thibui.com
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Kate Schatz's writing: http://bit.ly/2tuoWqU
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