MLK DAY: Art to remember the Rev. King by...
At Comic Riffs, I have a small, humble dream: Namely, that every newspaper cartoonist pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. today.
We're nowhere near that yet, but today, we post some art to honor King's memory -- including, fittingly, by the leading cartoonist in Atlanta.
May the lessons of your life work -- and your legacy -- only continue to spread and take ever deeper root, Dr. King.
Mike Luckovich / The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / cagle.com
Dave Granlund / Massachusetts / cagle.com
William Simpson Garner / Syndicated / cagle.com
And of course, archival footage is its own special kind of art -- and the resonance of this speech is as special as American history gets. Long live the dream.
THE "I HAVE A DREAM SPEECH":
| January 18, 2010; 9:05 AM ET
Categories: The Political Cartoon | Tags: The Rev. Martin Luther King
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