Watch what you say, watch what you do. Don’t be a hypocrite but remember you have no right to make anyone feel less.
Casual racism is proudly showing everyone at work photos of your boyfriend dressed up for Halloween as a “Middle Eastern suicide bomber.”
parents have an immense level of unrestrained power over future generations. i hope this disturbs people everywhere.
this hit way too hard.
Im like crying
Sorry, Elizabeth, Tia Dalma was by far the sexiest woman in the series.
October Surprise ProFile Friday
Signe Wilkinson (born July 25, 1959, in Wichita Falls, Texas) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist best known for her work at the Philadelphia Daily News.
Wilkinson earned a BA in English from “a western university of middling academic reputation”. She began working as a reporter for the King of Prussia, Daily Post, and the West Chester Daily Local News before joining a mission to bring peace to the island of Cyprus, until nine months later when war broke out.
After returning from Cyprus, she attended the Academy of Fine Art in Philadelphia and supported herself doing graphic design for the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. She freelanced at several Philadelphia and New York publications, finally landing a full-time job at the San Jose Mercury News in 1982. After 3 1/2 years she took a job at the Philadelphia Daily News, where she has been drawing ever since.
Wilkinson is the first female cartoonist to win the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning (1992) and was once named “the Pennsylvania state vegetable substitute” by the former speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. She served as president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists from 1994-1995. She has published two collections of her work entitled Abortion Cartoons On Demand and One Nation, Under Surveillance.
In 2007, Wilkinson began a syndicated daily comic strip, Family Tree, for United Media. She decided to end the strip in August 2011, with the last strip appearing on August 27. Wilkinson has also drawn Shrubbery, a hybrid comic strip/editorial cartoon that focused on both the botanical and political landscape plus mulch-based cartoons for Organic Gardening magazine, other gardening related illustrations, mortarboard-based cartoons for the Institute for Research on Higher Education and water-based cartoons for the University Barge Club newsletter. In 2011, Wilkinson received a Visionary Woman Award from Moore College of Art & Design.