It’s hard to believe but 2018 is half over, and this year has been filled to the brim with exciting news at CBLDF. If you want to keep up with what’s been going on at the front lines of free expression, as well as see what’s in store for the second half of the year, make sure you pick up a copy of CBLDF Summer Update 2018 from Booth #1918 at San Diego Comic-Con, or you can read the digital version, right here!
Take a walk through the groundbreaking The Art of MARCH: A Civil Right Masterpiece exhibit co-curated by CBLDF Executive Director Charles Brownstein, featuring Nate Powell’s original artwork for the award-winning graphic memoir of Congressman John Lewis, the MARCH Trilogy.
Read the viral sensation, Be Heard!, a free comic inspired by National Coalition Against Censorship’s and CBLDF’s desire to educate students’ on their right to protest, brought to life by cartoonist, Kai Texel. Covered by news agencies all across the country, Be Heard! came out just before the nationwide student protests this year, and continues to be a great resource for youth activism today.
Check out what CBLDF has in store for San Diego Comic-Con 2018, as well as upcoming conventions like SPX and NYCC. Read about booth exclusives and educational panels offered. Plan your strategy for attending these conventions so you don’t miss out on all that Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has to offer.
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