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Drawing Blood First Week Press

  This has been an amazing whirlwind of a week. Drawing Blood hit shelves this Tuesday and its been non-stop from there. We had THREE consecutive events in New York, tons of interviews that will be coming out next week, … Continue reading

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17 Days Till Drop-Date!

Drawing Blood is going to be in stores in 17 short days! After two years of arduous typing and drawing, Drawing Blood is finally really real: a beautiful, physical, hard cover book that you’ll be able to find at any bookstore … Continue reading

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THREE EVENTS – ONE WEEK

Molly will be at THREE events in New York the first week of November! Come to all of them! or some of them! or at least one! November 1st: Photography, Expanded Symposium November 2nd:  PEN DIY: Drawing the Elephant in … Continue reading

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COMIC-CON APPEARANCE: October 10th at 2pm

Molly will be giving away and signing prints of the A.C.A.B. illustration (featured in her upcoming book Drawing Blood). These will be given out exclusively to those who have pre-ordered the book already (bring your receipts!). It’s not too late … Continue reading

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INDEX ON CENSORSHIP: IN THE COURT OF PURITY

These are new illustrations Molly has produced to accompany the article “In The Court of Purity”, published in the most recent issue of the Index on Censorship. For the full article and more pick up a copy of the magazine online on … Continue reading

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POWER, PROTEST, AND RESISTANCE

If you happen to be in NYC this weekend, consider joining us to celebrate the opening of Power, Protest, and Resistance: The Art of Revolution at the Skylight Gallery. The originals of Molly’s ‘Can You See the New World Through The … Continue reading

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PROJECT NIA FUNDRAISER

Launched in 2009, Project NIA is an advocacy, organizing, popular education, research, and capacity-building center with the long-term goal of ending youth incarceration. This week Aug 24-28, anyone who contributes $25 or more to the fundraiser will receive an 11 … Continue reading

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VICE: The Oppressive Architecture of the West Bank

“Old Hebron is honey-stoned and blue-doored—the sort of charming Mediterranean labyrinth that, in another universe, would be full of obnoxious tour groups. But thanks to the occupation, it’s scarred by gates, concrete barriers, barbed wire, and checkpoints. A souk where … Continue reading

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La Lettura Republishes an Open Letter to Lena Dunham

Yesterday, the widely read Italian newspaper, La Lettura, republished an open letter Molly had written to Lena Dunham, in response to her signing of a petition against Amnesty Internationals recommendations to decriminalize sex work. If you haven’t had a chance to read … Continue reading

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Vanity Fair: Scenes from Inside Aleppo

  “The Syrian air force has a habit of following their first barrel bomb with a second. People say this is to kill first responders. (The government still denies that it uses barrel bombs.) Despite this, the crowd did not … Continue reading

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EJI: Slavery to Mass Incarceration

The elaborate mythology of racial difference created to sustain American slavery persists today. Slavery did not end in 1865, it evolved. #SlaveryEvolved The legacy of slavery can be seen in the presumption of guilt and dangerousness assigned to African Americans, … Continue reading

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VICE: Shujaiya Dust

  “Nearly a year after the end of Protective Edge, little has changed in Shujaiya. A few houses have been patched up, but many more are nothing but rubble. Piles of prescriptions fluttered in front of the destroyed Ministry of … Continue reading

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VIOLENCES Exhibit at the Musée de la main

Excerpts from Broken Windows will be on view at the Musée de la main in Lausanne, Switzerland for their year long exhibit on VIOLENCES.  Full brochure and events schedule available here.

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Show Me The Money

Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 to the Present The latest film from the AHRC looks at ‘Show Me The Money’ – a new exhibition which charts how the financial world has been imagined in art, illustration, … Continue reading

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Locking up immigrants for profit

“Politicians love to bray that ‘illegal aliens’ are bleeding America. But the real leeches are the private prison companies who rake in billions in taxpayer money to ruin immigrants’ lives — including those with the legal papers to live and … Continue reading

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