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Charlie Hebdo Responses/Cartoonistsrights.org Collection

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(1/8/2015) This presentation has been updated since the attacks of 1/7/2015 to include the continued response by editorial cartoonists from all over the world.

The Cartoonists Rights Network International (http://cartoonistsrights.org/donate/) has collected 650 editorial cartoons in response to the attacks on Charlie Hebdo from all over the world. New cartoons will be added every day until we feel we have most of what was draw between January 7 and January 14th, 2015. All effort has been made to properly credit where attribution is uncertain. Please let Joanne Conger know if there are changes that should be made and they will be made, immediately. If you would like your image removed from this slideshow, do not hesitate to let us know. None of the images are property of CRNI and are here for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. Please send your images to joanne.conger@gmail.com.

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Charlie Hebdo Responses/Cartoonistsrights.org Collection

  1. 1. Cartoonists Rights Network International has assembled this gallery in solidarity with our brothers-in-pens at Charlie Hebdo. CRNI defends the human rights and creative freedom of political cartoonists working on the front lines of free speech around the globe. To learn more or to support our mission, please visit us at cartoonistsrights.org.
  2. 2. CHRISTIAN ADAMS/DAILY TELEGRAPH
  3. 3. CAMERON CARDOW
  4. 4. Adéwálé (‘Wálé) Adénlé A cartoonist in Nigeria, Adéwálé was one of CRNI’s clients. He now lives as a citizen of the United States.
  5. 5. ANN TELNAES
  6. 6. This cartoon by the Canberra Times political cartoonist, David Pope, was among the most popular on Twitter with nearly 69,000 retweets by the 7th of January. Mr. Pope shared the image — which shows a gunman saying “He drew first” as he stands over a dead body — from his personal account with the words: “Can’t sleep tonight, thoughts with my French cartooning colleagues, their families and loved ones. Australia
  7. 7. JOEL PETT/THE LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
  8. 8. R. CRUMB
  9. 9. MATT WUERKER/POLITICO
  10. 10. FADI ABOU HASSAN NORWAY
  11. 11. GOOGLE+/DEADHEADLAND
  12. 12. MATT GROENING/FOX BROADCASTING
  13. 13. TOM PLATE (?)
  14. 14. DAVID HORSEY/LOS ANGELES TIMES
  15. 15. Demeureduchaos.org “Fight with equal arms. To the memory of all those that hold the pencil.”
  16. 16. STEVE BELL/THE GUARDIAN
  17. 17. BRUCE MACKINNON/HALIFAX CHRONICLE HERALD
  18. 18. DAVID BUISAN
  19. 19. http://endofrainbow.tumblr.com/
  20. 20. santaberb
  21. 21. ANNA TRENCH
  22. 22. ASEEM TRIVEDI
  23. 23. NADOU
  24. 24. RICARDO LINIERS SIRI ARGENTINA
  25. 25. MARTIN ROWSON
  26. 26. MARTIN ROWSON
  27. 27. HATTIE STEWART
  28. 28. 2014 Courage in Cartooning Co-Award Winner MAJDA SHAHEEN/PALESTINE
  29. 29. MARSHALL RAMSEY
  30. 30. JOE HELLER
  31. 31. EMAD HAJJAJ/AL ARABY “In condemnation of the terrorist attacks against Charlie Hebdo" Qatar
  32. 32. AN NAHAR “So we will take revenge on the cartoonist's killers" Lebanon
  33. 33. OMAR ABDALLET Jordan “The extremist mind"
  34. 34. MOHAMED SABAANEH Palestine
  35. 35. EMAD HAJJAJ Jordan
  36. 36. ANWAR /AL MASRY AL YOUM Egypt “long live sarcasm"
  37. 37. GRAEME MACKAY/THE HAMILTON SPECTOR Canada
  38. 38. “Solidarity with Charlie Hebdo" CHEF MAKLOUF /AL MASRY AL YOUM Egypt
  39. 39. ANWAR /AL MASRY AL YOUM EGYPT
  40. 40. GANZEER EGYPT/USA “But he called me a terrorist!"
  41. 41. IDIGORAS PACHI
  42. 42. DAVID HAYWARD/NAKEDPASTOR “Choose Your Weapon”
  43. 43. ARTHUR DE PINS
  44. 44. ROB TORNOE
  45. 45. CHIP BOK/AKRON BEACON JOURNAL
  46. 46. NICOLAS BARRAL
  47. 47. BENJAMIN LACOMBE
  48. 48. DWAYNE POWELL
  49. 49. DANNY RHODES
  50. 50. BRUNO DI SANO
  51. 51. DEAN YEAGLE
  52. 52. ED HALL
  53. 53. MIKE FLUGENNOCK
  54. 54. MARION FAYOLLE
  55. 55. LOIC GODART
  56. 56. KALONJI
  57. 57. Jüne PLÃ
  58. 58. JEROMEUH
  59. 59. JEAN LUC LOYER
  60. 60. GUILLAUMEGRIFFON
  61. 61. YAS MUNASINGHE
  62. 62. DAN NOTT/THE GABBLER
  63. 63. GIULIO DE VITA
  64. 64. FABRICE ERRE
  65. 65. Rod Emmerson
  66. 66. VERVISCH
  67. 67. ERIC CARTIER
  68. 68. DZACK
  69. 69. EFIX
  70. 70. MARISA BABIANO
  71. 71. SEAMUS JENNINGS
  72. 72. DU PELOUX
  73. 73. CLEMENT BALOUP
  74. 74. ROD EMERSON
  75. 75. CECILE CHICAULT
  76. 76. BOUCQ
  77. 77. ALGESIRAS
  78. 78. BERNARD SWYSEN
  79. 79. BERCOVICI
  80. 80. BEN RADIS
  81. 81. CALLIXTE
  82. 82. LOLMEDE
  83. 83. ULI MEYER
  84. 84. CHRISTOPHE SIMON
  85. 85. THIERRY MURAT
  86. 86. TEHEM
  87. 87. SERGIO SALMA
  88. 88. Stéphane Levallois
  89. 89. KIM JUNG GI
  90. 90. CUZOR
  91. 91. JOAN
  92. 92. Jean François Charles
  93. 93. JARBINET
  94. 94. GUILAUME
  95. 95. FREDERIK PEETERS
  96. 96. DAVY MOURIER
  97. 97. GIPI
  98. 98. THIERRY MARTIN
  99. 99. BENGAL
  100. 100. AMORETTI
  101. 101. GARY BARKER
  102. 102. YSLAIRE
  103. 103. YRGANE RAMON
  104. 104. VIDBERG
  105. 105. VERVISCH
  106. 106. Mallié
  107. 107. VARANDA
  108. 108. TIRABOSCO
  109. 109. VAN DER ZUIDEN
  110. 110. Maël
  111. 111. STEPHANE ROUX
  112. 112. CAMILLE BENYAMINA
  113. 113. MAURICET
  114. 114. NICOLAS TABARY
  115. 115. PARRONDO
  116. 116. RAVARD
  117. 117. Loïc Sécheresse
  118. 118. NICOLAS SAUGE
  119. 119. NICOLAS VADOT
  120. 120. MAZAN
  121. 121. MAURO GANDINI
  122. 122. HIPPOLYTHE
  123. 123. PHILIPPE GELUCK
  124. 124. JEAN MARIE MINGUEZ
  125. 125. Joëlle Jolivet
  126. 126. MALY SIRI
  127. 127. JULES STROMBONI
  128. 128. BRICE COSSU
  129. 129. BAUDOIN
  130. 130. BEN LEBEGUE
  131. 131. PLANTU
  132. 132. MALCOLM MAYES/THE WINDSOR STAR
  133. 133. NIALL O LOUGHLIN/IRISH INDEPENDENT
  134. 134. BFM TV France
  135. 135. ROB RODGERS/PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE
  136. 136. STEVE BREEN/UT SAN DIEGO
  137. 137. MATT DAVIES/NEWSDAY
  138. 138. SIGNE WILKINSON/PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS
  139. 139. BILL BRAMHALL/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
  140. 140. TOM TOLES/WASHINGTON POST
  141. 141. JOEP BERTRAMS
  142. 142. LEE JUDGE/THE KANSAS CITY
  143. 143. RUBEN L. OPPENHEIMER THE NETHERLANDS
  144. 144. DAVID FITZSIMMONS/ARIZONA DAILY STAR
  145. 145. Greece
  146. 146. NATE BEELER/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
  147. 147. Argentina BERNARDO ERLICH “The world has become such a serious place that humor has become a risky profession.”
  148. 148. CARLOS LATUFF Brazil
  149. 149. AYESHA MATTU
  150. 150. PATRICKCAPPATTE
  151. 151. DE DUVERDIER
  152. 152. BOULET “Ducks always fly above rifles.”
  153. 153. DWAYNE POWELL
  154. 154. FRANCISCO J. OLEA
  155. 155. DAVE BROWN BRITAIN
  156. 156. RAFAEL MANTESSO
  157. 157. JAMESUARY
  158. 158. TOMMY DESSINE
  159. 159. JEAN JULLIAN
  160. 160. GORG MALLIA
  161. 161. MARK SCICLUNA/@ASpaceBoyComic
  162. 162. DERF
  163. 163. JAMES WALMESLEY
  164. 164. PENGUEN
  165. 165. SATISH ACHARYA
  166. 166. MICHAEL RAMIREZ/INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY
  167. 167. LUCILLE CLERC
  168. 168. IL GIORNALEO
  169. 169. RUBEN L OPPENHEIMER
  170. 170. SAMUEL ECKERT “Thank you never be defeated.”
  171. 171. IXENE DESSINTAEUR
  172. 172. ROYSTON ROBERTSON
  173. 173. FRANCISCO OLEA Chile
  174. 174. JACK OHMAN/SACRAMENTO BEE
  175. 175. ALEX GREEN
  176. 176. MAC LEOD/MACLTOONS
  177. 177. STEVE BREEN/SAN DIEGO UNION
  178. 178. ORGULLOY SATISFACTION
  179. 179. NATE BEELER
  180. 180. STEVE BENSON/ARIZONA REPUBLIC
  181. 181. “Never!”
  182. 182. DHIMANT VYAN/MUMBAI
  183. 183. STEVE BENSON
  184. 184. ORIOL MALET
  185. 185. NIKAHANG KOWSAR
  186. 186. NATE BEELER/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
  187. 187. NICK ANDERSON/HOUSTON CHRONICLE
  188. 188. “Today I am a press cartoonist. Today I am a Journalist. Today, I draw for Charlie Hebdo”
  189. 189. GWENDAL LE BEC
  190. 190. WES MOUNTAIN/MELBOURNE
  191. 191. MICHAEL DE ADDER Canada
  192. 192. JACK OHMAN/SACRAMENTO BEE
  193. 193. TOMMY UNGERER
  194. 194. CLAY BENNETT/ CHATTANOOGA TIMES FREE PRESS
  195. 195. CORY BASIL
  196. 196. ANNIE BOWLER “Which is louder; the pistol or the pencil?”
  197. 197. Brazil GILMER
  198. 198. ADELINE FRANCOIS
  199. 199. TOM STIGLICH/CREATORS SYNDICATE
  200. 200. Nine-year old Sydney Hazel Jonggala Jakarta, Indonesia
  201. 201. Vitto@ainios
  202. 202. MARTIN VIDBERG/LE MONDE
  203. 203. PESSIN/SLATE FRANCE
  204. 204. YVES HIRSCHFIELD
  205. 205. Hervé Pinel
  206. 206. GARY VARVEL/THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR
  207. 207. “This is not a religion.”
  208. 208. DORIENE D. MARSHALL
  209. 209. NIKAHANG KOWSAR
  210. 210. JACK OHMAN/SACRAMENTO BEE
  211. 211. FADI ABOU HASSAN NORWAY
  212. 212. “Love stronger than hate” (and in blood “Freedom”)
  213. 213. MARTYN TURNER/IRISH TIMES
  214. 214. JD CROWE
  215. 215. MATT BORS/@THENIB
  216. 216. JD CROWE
  217. 217. JOEL PETT/THE LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
  218. 218. OLIVER BALEZ
  219. 219. TAYMANS
  220. 220. MARC BEAUDET/JOURNAL OF MONTREAL
  221. 221. TOM TOMORROW
  222. 222. MIKE PETERS
  223. 223. J.D. CROWE
  224. 224. FAWSY MORSI/EGYPT
  225. 225. SCOTT STANTIS/CHICAGO TRIBUNE
  226. 226. PAUL ZANETTI AUSTRALIA
  227. 227. RICK MCKEE
  228. 228. PARESH NETH/UAE
  229. 229. KAP SPAIN
  230. 230. LIZ BENSON
  231. 231. JEFF BOYER/TIMES UNION
  232. 232. MIKE CRASTON CANADA
  233. 233. MARIA KAMENSKY SLOVAKIA
  234. 234. THEO MOUDAKIS CANADA
  235. 235. MARTIN SOUTOVEC SLOVAKIA
  236. 236. KALIKA DAVIES
  237. 237. BECKY BARRICOAT
  238. 238. CAMERON CARDOW
  239. 239. KOLLINGER
  240. 240. UNKNOWN
  241. 241. DAVE BROWN
  242. 242. Adéwálé (‘Wálé) Adénlé A cartoonist in Nigeria, Adéwálé was one of CRNI’s clients. He now lives as a citizen of the United States.
  243. 243. PEDRO X. MOLINA Nicaragua
  244. 244. Pedro X. Molina Nicaragua
  245. 245. JIMMY MARGULIES
  246. 246. PATRICK CAPPATTE
  247. 247. AHMED RAHMA/AL-JAZEERA ARABIC
  248. 248. DARYL CAGLE
  249. 249. DAVE BROWN
  250. 250. Cartoonist Charley-Kai John reflects on the attack.
  251. 251. JEFF PARKER/DUSTIN
  252. 252. JEFF KOTERBA/OMAHA WORLD-HERALD
  253. 253. JIMMY MARGULIES
  254. 254. BRUCE TINSLEY/MALLARD FILLMORE
  255. 255. KIERAN MEEHAN/PROS & CONS
  256. 256. RINA PICCOLO/TINA’S GROOVE
  257. 257. 'It was a hard day' with the turbans labeled 'ISIS' HICHAM RAHMA
  258. 258. 'Freedom' is written in blood, 'Journalism law' is written on the knife MOROCCAN
  259. 259. DARYL CAGLE/CAGLE CARTOONS
  260. 260. Jason Chatfield
  261. 261. Mike McQuade
  262. 262. Johnny Selman
  263. 263. Sarah Adam
  264. 264. Chris Riddell
  265. 265. Chris Riddell
  266. 266. Jen Sorensen
  267. 267. A Tarde, from Salvador da Bahia, Brazil
  268. 268. Serge Bloch
  269. 269. Martyn Turner/The Irish Times
  270. 270. HASSAN BLEIBEL
  271. 271. POST CHARLIE HEBDO ATTACKS
  272. 272. "I am Charlie. Always."
  273. 273. Doaa Eladl - Egypt
  274. 274. Hadi Heidari
  275. 275. Omar Abdallat - Jordan
  276. 276. Plantu - France
  277. 277. Loryn Brantz - United States
  278. 278. Vilma Vargas - Ecuador
  279. 279. Martin Rowson - United Kingdom
  280. 280. Clay Jones - United States
  281. 281. Bidu - France
  282. 282. RebeccaHendin-UnitedKingdom
  283. 283. MarcosChamizo-Spain
  284. 284. Ann Telnaes - United States
  285. 285. Emad Hajjaj - Jordan
  286. 286. Gustavo Rodriguez - United States
  287. 287. Osama Hajjaj - Jordan
  288. 288. HélèneDesputeaux-Canada
  289. 289. Martin Sutovec - Slovakia
  290. 290. Robert Ariail - United States
  291. 291. Rob Rogers - United States
  292. 292. Joe Heller - United States
  293. 293. Daryl Cagle - United States
  294. 294. Jaume Capdevila - Spain
  295. 295. Carlos Latuff - Brazil
  296. 296. Christo Komarnitski - Bulgaria
  297. 297. Glenn McCoy - United States
  298. 298. Gary Varvel - United States
  299. 299. Matt Wuerker - United States
  300. 300. Rod Emmerson
  301. 301. Francisco J. Olea

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