Posts Tagged ‘censorship’

In Solidarity: Eaten Fish

By mike flugennockWednesday - March 1st, 2017Categories: liberty, media

This piece is in solidarity with Eaten Fish, the award-winning Iranian refugee cartoonist currently imprisoned in the refugee camp at Manus Island, Australia. More on Eaten Fish at the Cartoonists’ Rights Network International.

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Smokey the Bear, remix

By mike flugennockThursday - January 26th, 2017Categories: Trumpism, environment, liberty, media

Here’s a quick one in solidarity with the dissident National Park Service employees running a “rogue” Twitter account on their own time to continue posting environmental information currently under lockdown by the White House.

This poster is a remix of a poster I did about 11 years or so ago, as part of an effort to inspire some local action in solidarity with the Rainbow Gathering being attacked by Forest Service police in West Virginia.

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Reporting Is Resistance

By mike flugennockThursday - July 24th, 2014Categories: Middle East, liberty, media, war and peace

From police assaults on citizens photographing Occupy protests to Al Jazeera reporters’ imprisonment by the Egyptian regime, journalists have endured escalating attacks by authoritarian regimes both in the US and abroad.

It’s gotten to the point where simply reporting the news is an act of resistance.

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