Posts tagged “minimum security chronicles”

  • Political Cartoons by Stephanie McMillan

    September 23, 2013

    We love our author Stephanie McMillan and her political cartoons. Her adorable drawing style contrasts wonderfully with the seriousness of her messages to create an unique and (dare we say) fun way to be informed.

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    Check out her upcoming book Minimum Security Chronicles in October for more great artwork and political commentary.

     

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  • An Interview with Activist Stephanie McMillan

    September 18, 2013

    Henry Chamberlain’s recent interview with cartoonist Stephanie McMillan gives insight to her passion for both activism and comics to make the world a better place. McMillan describes how postmodernism ideology has impaired our ability to fight against capitalism, an enemy that society should try to overthrow. Click here to read the full interview: Stephanie McMillan and Activism in Comics.
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    HENRY CHAMBERLAIN: Stephanie, thank you for doing this interview. You are an activist, a journalist, and a cartoonist. You have created significant work, like “The Beginning of the American Fall,” which gives readers an inside look at how the Occupy movement came into existence. You have an ongoing comic strip, “The Minimum Security Chronicles,” that combines humor and discourse on being an activist. Your background is very interesting. You studied film and animation and you’ve always been an activist. Would you give a look at how you came to use words and pictures?

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  • Capitalism Must Die: Stephanie McMillan

    June 11, 2013

    Capitalism Must Die: Stephanie McMillan
    Tuesday, June 11 @ 8pm
    People’s Arts Collective
    121 College St. 
    New Haven, CT
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    Stephanie McMillan will be at the College Street People’s Arts Collective on Tuesday, June 11 to present an easy-to-understand introduction to capitalism in the United States and the dangers of the system.

    Stephanie McMillan, the cartoonist behind “Minimum Security” and “Code Green,” presents a basic introduction to what capitalism is, how it works, and why it’s a flawed system that isn’t working. This talk will be accompanied by cartoons and illustrations. Stephanie McMillan is also an organizer with the anti-capitalist/anti-imperialist group One Struggle.

    Stephanie McMillan, a long-time activist, cartoonist, and the organizer behind the anti-capitalist/anti-imperialist group One Struggle, has waited decades for the American people to rise up. Inspired by uprisings across the globe, a new movement bursts onto the national scene against a capitalist system that denies people decent lives and puts the planet in jeopardy.

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  • Capitalism Must Die: Stephanie McMillan

    June 8, 2013

    Capitalism Must Die: Stephanie McMillan
    Saturday, June 8 @ 8pm
    Bluestockings Bookstore
    172 Allen St.
    New York, NY
     

    mcmillanStephanie McMillan will be at the Allen Street Bluestockings Bookstore on Saturday, June 8th to present a basic, easy-to-understand introduction to Capitalism and its pitfalls.

    Stephanie McMillan, the cartoonist behind “Minimum Security” and “Code Green,” presents a basic, easy-to-understand introduction to what capitalism is, how it works, and why it’s evil. This talk is accompanied by cartoons and illustrations. Stephanie McMillan is an organizer with the anti-capitalist/anti-imperialist group One Struggle.

    Stephanie McMillan, a long-time activist, cartoonist, and the organizer behind the anti-capitalist/anti-imperialist group One Struggle, has waited her entire life for the American people to rise up. Sparked by uprisings around the world, a new movement bursts onto the national scene against a system that denies the people a decent life and puts the planet at risk. Her book The Beginning of the American Fall chronicles the first several months of the fragile and contradictory movement with delightful drawings, interviews, dialogue, description, and insightful reflections.

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