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February 2018

Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

February 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
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Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

February 23 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
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Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

February 24 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
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Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

February 25 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
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Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

February 26 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

February 27 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
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Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

February 28 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
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Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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March 2018

Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 1 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 2 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 3 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 4 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 5 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 6 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 7 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 8 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 9 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 10 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 11 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 12 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 13 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 14 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 15 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 16 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 17 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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Looking Backward, Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration in Cartoons and Comics

March 18 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St
Columbus,43210United States
+ Google Map
Free

Explore the topic of U.S. immigration through the lens of the political cartoons, comic strips, comic books and graphic novels that have contributed to the debate about this important, and often polarizing, issue.  Cartoons and comics can enlighten us, challenge our beliefs and misconceptions, and bring attention to injustices. However, history shows they can also reflect and magnify our fears and prejudices. From Thomas Nast to Gene Luen Yang, this exhibit looks back on 150 years of cartoon and comics responses to major moments in the American…

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