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August 14, 2015


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John Curtis (@digitaljungle)

As good and evenhanded an account of this story as I have read, regardless of how far it has been observed from.

The Internet has enjoined us cartoonists globally just as it has every other community, and we all share a common interest in this story's outcome. For far too long, and far too often, editorial cartoonists have been dismissed from their positions without due process.

We, and the broader journalistic profession, should stand together at every instance to insist on fair treatment and a transparent process and accountability, and - when it is due - proper restitution.

Africartoons.com (@africartoons) will be watching this case with interest, as its characteristics are all too familiar to us and our cartoonists here in Africa.

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