Another Pandemic: Covid-19 Comics - Mutha Magazine

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Published on July 11th, 2020 | by Robyn Jordan


Another Pandemic: Covid-19 Comics

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About the Author

Robyn Jordan is a cartoonist and illustrator who makes mini-comics and journalistic comics essays. She lives in Seattle with her partner, and is a member of the (mostly) queer art/comics collective THE HAND. She leads all-ages workshops, and teaches art in a public school. She serves on the board of Short Run, a comics and arts festival founded and organized by women.

One Response to Another Pandemic: Covid-19 Comics

  1. Miles says:

    I am so glad the CHOP was cleared. Too many people are making excuses for the violence that happened in the CHAZ/ CHOP. Too many young black children were being shot by the “security forces” in the CHOP while paramedics couldn’t reach them because gang members were taking advantage of the lack of police presence to carry out shootings.

    I have been so inspired by the “Wall of Moms” in Portland. We need to keep protesting peacefully but persistently even after “Black Lives Matter” stops trending. Or no change will happen. Plus we need to vote.

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