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This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio the show that mixes comic and politics. It's a potluck Monday, and we'll be discussing a wide ranging amount of news and reviews in the comic industry.
After a few weeks of awesome guests, we'll be catching up to discuss some of our favorite, and not so favorite, releases over the past month!
Some of the comics we'll be discussing is the newest volume of Phonogram, and the latest issue of Constantine!
But, that's not all that's on tap. Just tune in and find out what else is on the agenda.
We also want to hear from you! Tweet us your thoughts @graphicpolicy.
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This Wednesday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio with returning guest Jeremy Whitley. Jeremy has two comics releasing this week, his creator owned series from Action Lab Entertainment Princeless: Raven, The Pirate Princess #2 and Secret Wars: Secret Love #1 from Marvel. We'll discuss those two releases and so much more!
Jeremy Whitley is the creator of the original comic series Princeless, Illegal, and The Order of Dagonet. His work has been nominated for two Eisner Awards, Five Glyph Awards, and numerous other honors. In addition to his original creations, he has also been a regular writer for IDW's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and My Little Pony: Friends Forever series as well as Action Lab's NFL Rush Zone and GlobWorld comic series.
Jeremy has been at the forefront of changing trends in the comic industry, and a leader for diversity in both creators and characters.
We want to hear your questions too! You can Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.
The Frazer Center is an inclusive community where people at all levels of ability and disability gather, learn and flourish together.
This is the backstory of The Frazer Center- The life of a young couple is often the stuff of dreams: the places they may live, the journeys they may take, the children they may have. In 1948, this was the story for one of our founding families, the Lanes.
Their lives took an unexpected turn, however, when their daughter was born with cerebral palsy. Together with their dear friends the Frazers, the Lanes searched for a program for their daughter. Feeling frustrated and saddened by what they saw, they created the Cerebral Palsy School for six children at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in 1949. Two years later, the Frazers and Lanes were able to acquire the former estate of Cator Woolford (founder of the Retail Credit Company, now Equifax), thirty-nine acres located in the heart of Druid Hills. Renamed REACH in 1989 and The Frazer Center in 1999, our historic mission to offer research-based education, vocational support, and therapeutic intervention to children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families is still the heart of our work today. Tune in and suppport Frazer Center
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This Thursday is a special episode of Graphic Policy Radio with writer Steve Orlando. Steve is returning to the show to discuss his new series from Image Comics,Virgil!
Undertow and Midnighter writer Steve Orlando and Murder Book artist JD Faith present a brand new, “queersploitation” graphic novel on the streets of Jamaica in,Virgil, in stores this September 2015.
Betrayed, beaten, and banished by his own, an outed cop fights his way across Jamaica for revenge.
This is a Foxy Brown-style revenge action with a new face and new fists. Holding his gun and his badge, Virgil thought he was safe in the police force, hiding who he is. But when his own brothers on the force out him in the papers, it doesn’t bring him down. It sets him free! Now, he’s out for revenge. And he’s not leaving town without his man, and some blood on his hands.
We'll talk to Steve about the upcoming book as well as the Kickstarter that it spun out from.
We also want your questions too! Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
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This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio with first time guest Genevieve Valentine.
Genevieve Valentine is a science fiction and fantasy writer. In 2014 she took over as the writer for DC Comics' Catwoman, sending Selina Kyle in a whole new direction as a key player in Gotham's mob family. The latest issue hits shelves this week. Her first novel, Mechanique: A tale of the Circus Tresaulti, won the Crawford Award for a first fantasy novel, and was shortlisted for the Nebula.
Joining us in welcoming Genevieve to the show is frequent guest and cohost Emma Houxbois. Emma is the Comics Editor for The Rainbow Hub and co-host of weekly comics podcast Fantheon!
We also want your questions! You can Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy before or during the show.
Are you willing to put your life on the line for what you believe? Twelve advocates of supporting good neighborhood public schools have certainly done so. The Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, wants to close Dyett public school, strategically located in the Hyde Park area bordering the Bronzeville community, forcing families to have to travel miles away from home to reach a nearby public school. In Chicago, traveling to outside neighborhoods could be fatal, given the unchecked gang violence that cost so many lives last school year. The bottom line issue is always money. The Dyett High school building would serve those well who want to include it in a real estate deal as the city negotiates space in Hyde Park for the new Presidential library. And as for the safety and education of the children? The city has chosen to ignore an excellent plan for the reopening Dyett as a Dyett Global Leadership and Green Technology School. Mr. Jitu Brown and Dr. Ayesha Wade Bey join us to give an update on the hunger strike.
Show discussing news/politics/culture from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Hosted by Amy Peikoff.
Many are saying that immigration is *the* issue for the 2016 election. What does a proper immigration policy look like? I offered some ideas about this over at my blog this week, resulting in a lively discussion in the comment section. I invite you to call in to contine the discussion during the live broadcast (or comment over at the blog if you prefer).
The 5 Percenters Forum presents:
God Jamel Allah
Founder of the Back to the Essence Policy Fund for the Nation of Gods & Earths, builds on the teachings, programs and the Histories of the 5% Nation in the Desert (Queens).
With co-hosts Wakeel Allah & Allahmal Allah.
Wed. 8/19/15 at 9pm EST
call in #: (646)595-4289
Maria Brown is a a wife and a mother who has always had a vision to help teenage girls. Her educational and experiential background has helped in making her vision a reality. Pretty Girls Teen Center is the manifestation of her heart's desires. Her motto is, "if I can help at least one teen, then my labor is not in vain."
The PGTC mission is to promote the safety, permanency and holistic well-being of at-risk teenaged girls ages 12-19. The center encourages high self-esteem and assists adolescents in identifying and nourishing their purpose. Its staff is committed to assisting in the development of life skills that are essential in the transformation from a teenage girl into a young lady. PGTC's goal is to meet the demands and fill the gaps that prohibit teens from reaching their full potential. They focus on Social preparedness, Effective Communication, Career Guidance and G.O.A.L.S (Girls Obtaining A Love for Self). Pretty Girls Teen Center, Inc.’s seeks to redefine the word pretty. PGTC is where being pretty is self-assured.
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This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio with a brand new guest, Matt Bors!
Bors is an editorial cartoonist and editor of The Nib and was working at Medium running it since 2013. In 2012 he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and became the first alt-weekly cartoonist to win the Herblock Prize for Excellence in Cartooning. Currently he's running a Kickstarter to collecting some of the best political cartoons, comics journalism, non-fiction and humor.
Eat More Comics packs more than 300 pages featuring dozens of the best cartoonists to ever toon a toon. I mean, it's going to be a large book.
We're going to talk to him about the Kickstarter, The Nib, and more!
We also want to hear from you. Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.